The Florida Catholic
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079916/00099
 Material Information
Title: The Florida Catholic
Abbreviated Title: Fla. Cathol
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Florida Catholic Press, Inc.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 19, 1965
Publication Date: 1939-
Frequency: 45 no. a year[]
weekly[ former 1939-]
50 no. a year[ former -]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Catholics -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 1, 1939)-
General Note: Published at: St. Augustine, <1946-1957>; and at: Orlando, <1967-1997>.
General Note: Diocesan eds. published for: Orlando and St. Petersburg, <1977-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, and Pensacola-Tallahassee, <1984-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, and Palm Beach, <1985-1997>; Orlando, St. Petersburg, Venice, Pensacola-Tallahassee, Palm Beach, and the Archdiocese of Miami, <1990-1997>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579703
oclc - 01381806
notis - ADA7571
lccn - sn 83004577
issn - 0746-4584
System ID: UF00079916:00099
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Preceded by: Southern Catholic
Preceded by: Voice (Miami, Fla.)

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I ,. Patrick Riley condemnation of < ,ommunlon time of flue XI and rlu Ml atheism now condemned ia
VATICAN CITY (NO) Wore than 2200 Council Father Archbishop Oirr. ne said a regarding the nature and t stronger terms than previously .
condemnation would be out aim of this love. In what >I. and regarding the Issue
ti'OLX1'11, No. 3 Orlando, Ilorlda, Friday, November 19, 1DM: lOe completed 15: votes on the schema on the ChurchIn .
of place in this document!, nut said on the lawfulness of the 01( peace and w ar.Cnncrrnlnf
the modern world by Tuesday of this week.
They swept act and on
of harmony with th tone and conjugal responsibl the latter total
through the crucial chaptet: :on marriage toward the stress Is
the tone of the entire council I. parenthood, Is condemned .lit
war slain
potentially explosive chapter< modem war lie said the commission's aim placed on the objective moral dung terms, but the right of

Florida missioners (The votes on war and peace were scheduled aa this was to offer positive elementsbut order and the teaching authority irlNrfense Is not denied eves
'w' condemnation could of the Church. More
that a
paper went to prrM.-FM.) Ihouch It may neressltal
Archbishop Philip M. Hannan of New Orleans announrrd be Inferred from them > attention! has been paid to ituck'piling almlc arms. The

that he would, submit, amendments on the war Bishop Franz HrngNhaih, conjugal spirituality married and life pastotal new version l makes no distinction .
of ,
and sections of the IIrhl'mHis reader of the communion's aspects ( any hunger brtweea just
trod price aim, he Raid, was he said.
Roman the schema md
report on
steps to clarify the wording of the section dealing with nuclear: the following remarks shouldbe The chapter on the promotion and unjust wars.A .

irma. many of these mervattonjtouched made (in regard to certain of peace was carefully revUed second section treat of
said Bishop lItn.e.ba'h. of' International
( the promotion tha
From the results of the voting the questions:
on specific point
commission had In
The order and also of economic
R) Father ]>.t\1d r. Page ther James Veale, Monsignor at announced Tuesday It until the revisions along with .
la the( chapter on the d1inI : \ mind the counties multitudes cooperation. the honest
[.HUM I.... James Nunan Father Michael their
II IM run* tMM4 seemed likely that a substantial suggested amendments
I ty of marriage and the lamely \ who would be victimsof solution of the population

IF ROM wail" the "city of the toul" in nyron'i time, it J. Curley later fourth number of Fathers h.duprtuC'd are(sifted bv the t'Omml..loa I the doctrine nf (he Church an eventual modern war, problem and various forms of
Bishop of St. Augustine: and dissatisfaction Ith la of the
in doubly 10 in thee epochal days of the Vatican Council rnarge schema was nut evoked on those but at the same time had to participation by Christians,
subsequently! Archbishop of the schema's refusal to condemn (The t'ommluiolrf'l' rt..r .
points which r n>tllute thecompetence the perplexity of politic A Is expressed that a
With the Bishops., periti and non-Cathoh lic! observers Baltimore i. and Monsignor communism outright Archbishop Gabriel Carronr neigh hope
IIf f the special pal and military leaders who will be setup
from every corner of the globe gathered within" her ancient Patrick F Nolan the presentdean since ur.lhn voted ")es of Toulouse. France, departed special\ organism
commltilun set' up by PvpePaul mint try to reconcile the obligation within" the Church to Inter
wall, Rome, at least for the has of the Jacksonville
present regainedthe area with reservation on the from his prepared with
M.I of selfdcfen rut the faithful these point
distinction she once proudly held-that of bring the clergy The late Monsignor P chapter dealing with atheism statement' on Monday to reply the obligation of avoiding a An invitation ls also extend

intellectual center of the J. McGiU alto studied at the and communism. But Inert U I petition from 4.SO Father In Hi teaching on conjugallove fratricidal universal I 1.'lr. ed for collaboration on the

world., them black eye.do have at least one Propaganda. will be no wiy of telling how who had asked fur a clear the text follows the doc- Care bad to be taken to avoid f't'umnlullP\'rl and from all

.. ,. oversimplification lest the men' who love peace.
The Spanish have al-
Steps .
When we arrived here how.ever ways been the favorite haunt \ t 'I y commlsulon seemed to want Archbishop Hannan told the

on All Souls Day the of artists and poets In the .. : to offer rfadv.made solutions NC\NC!: News Service be was
Council hid begun. a tendayrerets difficult matter
days of the great Roman In such a concerned because "the present

Taking advantage: of painters, the Steps were The commission felt that wording of the document's'

the break the European Button crowded 'lth,10111 model the substance\ of the previous paragraph M could possibly

generally returned to from the seraphic Innocents 1 text needed to be rrtilned. be construed as a council

their, dioceses, while a large to the assassin t>pe-,waiting<< 1 The guiding Idea adopted. was condemnation of the I'S.fovernmrnt's .

number of the American hierarchy to be hired. To the right/ of tit.ltf'l\ of peace.The policy| 'lit Viet
visited the Holy Landor lit.'tralon meets certain obvioiiv
the steps on the Punta is the Nam. This, he said,
some of the veil known house" once Inhabited by Shelley objections raised once I ly w as not the Intention of the

shrines of Europe.If and Keats, before, peclaly) regarding commission that prepared the

the Romans had no Council The Ptina dl !Spagna; \ li new text, which has not air

(1rhitei with which In <<. one of the most rharacterlitieptatiis 712 Fathers templed' to settle the "fl.

copy their eager attention! or squares of Rom trl'nulylnvolvl'd question" of

during the early days of /November It Is named after the old rM defensive war In an age which

they were not with-! Spanish Krnbany: to the holySee. f qualify Ves' has seen the development ot

wit their. controvert one On one side of the Platia nuclear weapons, capableof

which was less sublime perhaps is a huge column supportinga the total annihilation of en"

but no less Interestingthan statue of the BluSH Virgin on missionsH lire populations.Th .
those Vatican II. slwa American prelat
erected century ago': by Top
The scene of the Ignoble Pius I IX to honor the newly Falker John P. DonnellyVUICAS pointed out h* "had not mad,

contention oat the much defined, dogma of tits Imma. (ITV (NO) .- A any public statement on then

loved Spanish Step !that Iud curate. Conception r coma la amend, the section of ,. wording--only preparedwo

from the Piazza di Spagna to On December I each year the mission schema dealing amendments, one of

the Church of the Trtnita del great crowds assemble and with reform e.f the Congregation which deals with paragraph

) leave flowers at the base of + s.. for th* Propatatton of M. and another" with paragraph

This micilflce HUM .f( the' column. By evening tune, the Fitlh showed up at l* tFrldsy's ArihMsbnp M. Ilannan told
there are ao towers coum'II'sgeneral
many erumenkal
aieps m I* all an I., newsmen later that it was
there that the fire
.....* time IN-tl the keadqusrten dffartmentMxes meeting when results "esaggerated and unrtalk*
long ladders to .\acltth..m of a vote fut the day before
.( the .fbeatilks. .
new generatU* II. to say that war Is an un
all UH to tt><
way up announced.In .
,sob art "'..lll ut .4.. di were reasonable means In the priotl
feet of the VtrfM. Piazza Spa na Rome '
fcrelga hwra. hit: srhema's
Ike M Ike il' order of restoring via

The llama Is time 'y the fifth chapter, which ronltlm lated right" ,
The unkempt and aWvenly -- -- -- -- -
std Propaganda CallegeiMmrfed l the section, 711 Fathers tvlrd'yea '
appearance of the young "nhy else are we In llelNam4
'i IH br "lIp1' Vatican IIActs with' reienillniis,
foreigners was about all the he asked' "The fart
< XV. Its
irei ry pursue was which means they
Romans could endure So Is That a great part ef the
I. educate itudrnli |rim all for amrRdmrnlSIw
when the zaoeruU" Italian been sated feint
world has
ctiilrlrs as lule..r1 t their ballots
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began using the revered Br- walls studied masy a >...( It hail been' nnimrneil' ( \ | paiieiilon ef .u-

mm fountain at a wash basal, ma. k. would later |"w till that i hapOr. five tHI < hsnge| clear 11"PO"."

enraged flosses atodenU with telling es the mission Fields' elIkrlda ( Mw (' Views ServiceS'ATI,1N \ the dirett ordrr of Pope h prudrnily for aew In ....lu.l. rnlsmonaiv' Ituh- 'Involved
fine uf lilt key phrasings
sensor sad police with chit. uiMMinowi baa \ I. Art-bhMhnp Martv a( arhlr lng the |imd of f |>I>< and head of mm'innaivorrieri '
UTN.ly approval In th.
reacted peeddjr asi. virtMly. the lootmisMon hail ../ Cbiirrh and U male in and million aid s>>- Arhhbhop'lcriticism
Sixteen of the least deiratl Among those HonaVi mts-' beets won at Uw Second Vatican tuned for the Priet- rarefully the written oti \ i I. that which stainil.Nll

foreigners hate More bees deported .ioINattfoI$ ..... se tor.ales lined schema. It put greater emphasis on priestly hall truss the Father had ACTS! kirk p.J 711 FATIIKKS, bark pf ( .. bark page

while the remainderare at tM Pr.s>a.a.da, are MM ptoavd in rinse n4aUom k4p with priestly "1tItry. ted and. revised. the test in 1
now somewhat better the '01&0.11' rvrdMr with. them In git

groomed, even if many ., litter Michael Maher. Ka The MsataaaM '.... m "nidsiry' .Itself, the ArchMah- greater ""emphasis the Priest contributes to

the amesMksal. aVmiMsrt was CMtUMlMHelitlve. between ,.
lip ple cowwctums (
read by Arrhbtshop t to the dmanea4's bossy sod the Priest. lilr I

Hospital will Kraocoia Marty ttftneimi action dealing w-rth priestly mlalry. on St. Augustine's founding

open Fraac. ......<->, which. had hHtI re- It ,ia now certain thai .

I Every sffort .tea bee made coned, from canned ....... by fear ktws ,......., on ,., M"lthcw (V>nm>lI l- M have /been a widower and

l Ie make the ..*.hM it them .......-rtltfftoui. II"'r'" ) th I of the dlncewan an ordained, Priest His n rnine.
in Orlando 4arumefrt diet fct lhtIViMta one '
Sunday fit the ml MMM. the Priesthood, savs Father ( nnnoUly.

are the Chwrh's min- Church musicconference i kMrrh M th* modwn world l hMorn! furnished F'albNy is a sober and honed

OKMMM Merry Medical Center will srn tarervir .ulna fit Chriat. asfHarfH. M well hi reported \hack in 11m.rco '" ('ontrmllnrsry| >sr- thronM-1,*.

: rot November' 21 Kvervrme has been working very nerve the |..... fit God wyvlrtae foul. voles and promulgatSM ,.. of the Founding of ylallh.wfie. letter* written by Men.nrfet "

diligently for the .htaur/wattoci of the hoayftaJ ervior. af the thou sacrament ewwerrationtkrswgb of r. M l* r.mb r 7. to pt' ,\UIUIU"" lo the fill ('.molly/ of cMirse, are a insane

The admmartrator i ita Rtoter There. Francas 8SJ i CleW the solemn closing i>( arceaslt tt hs voyat. the
aim with the win fit th* neat day of Ili.| Calh..ll< llk rarwwtor. with the/ .'rena h,
On the eve of the rvewt MMWfwir TfrrMe J Pie. in Orlando
rWy Sawtt asMl the* resulting .
It has BM. announced llrtlrw.: Till U a and th* establishment tC St.Auguilin .

retry, dtoceMi repraawauUv of hosjpiUte, report that ataMralMSi" with Christ this m*.Mny will .h.. ""*' | uf lli. arlUle I lij la- In t*.. I" < "it limits frf t Ih *.

everything la in order for the Pntat. he sajdTlwrcton. OltMMMI eedntios MsMnoet la. ) ,SI ''...,.1 I .
barbed M the fluid *f health .. /onsully Imtil "Ilr.t Tk. fmirth source .f t" t
Merry l|w,rta! to tft lit with Us ...ISHt Srf Mercy m their .. to English wit MalUigM. thiMifefWfef4 > wealhf permitting, w .'.
try ha stud, they art at DM lIeN an ehurefcasaate af mi '" AinH'nrW "f Iha r'm the loot arr..nl ll.Ury ( II'lI..llIt.
to .
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'. that liaise TlktreM rraacnMM '
\ them fulfills law mlaatoa Its the prwuatlM at ..,..... ThM. bill| lunrlmt is m Augustine I KlorxU. Sep we War use/ ally the eltll, ( ."niilly/ I I. the hlngri,kjr ofMr4

'In bus ...... el *Mta*.\ aitmlstMcred. from the Hamill rnwvwd Irons the MM M the new htorgy .eetadajr sass,. *4 a publr art .r I. iMft, are awhlishwl.. rnMlUry, and n.,Ic.I".1| l tr> '.i written' In Spain 'k/

tlualapsrg. aer/ IL.nignerYarrelly. lime it .was a .kf to Ois .heart rather Far this nasal. I u aAarwMi at at Nunksivmf lo tied (or hv side m th* cwrrt .la- tags.f the ..,ace and I I...*..H-. llrllam PirrkRlM.Parrl .
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offer, a teneei pMjwr iftnanksfrvtav. j ......... asel ioad as the ... Is atowg this .u..t. .1 errktUillral lnfrmtl\ lost for three r,n,'ur.M. .
staawtstr... I."I" ,
aha f
tor tMi > r M ran Carrel.. TIM", .. ..dose *
MercyMer rmtor aa4 aasarce III the -. Causally kia-
the fflnat ttf her SMSTfeosstniHSttty M. .fc. (tM-rts cr. give Th' four oarratae sea: heed iP I" Madrid !usIMI
4 (..tae M n. wJ lie. ..haa> prMsat anisustry.The |'flff r| Tbe prlrtt kMd ache m s .. a rtonce/ d detects. ,\.1..1.I
5h..ered M the. ffitiMf .fllsa rrrUr W rktrrk musk, wM discussed earlier" I I. Ik ,** S Inn. Pedea ....... d.Avll.e. wf wan punhased pr
manMeuinfs fSMSMril s "'.111I1 .... they wait to writs Men.
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roorditialmg All af Cent/a) rksrida's p*> wlrMluilMin, Sane
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The Florida Catholic, Friday, November 19,1963 Thanksgiving clothing campaign helps

I Florida Reports -I" Catholic Relief .Services giving

St PetersburgCDA Mass was offered for the repose
of the soul of Monsignor emphasis to development projects

Cloonan by Father Richard J. .
On Saturday, November 20, Bowles, assistant pastor of tI XEW YORK (NC) The United States Catholic Caritas of Austria; and Mis-
the Catholic Daughters of .
Church. ,'" ereor, the German Bishops'relief
America, Sancta Maria 952 overseas relief agency is giving increasing emphasis
fund other
will sponsor a dessert card MOST 'HOLY REDEEMERA seif-help projects designed to foster economic indepen contributing., are agencies

party from 1 to 4 p.m, at the spaghetti dinner will be dence in developing nations. Grants were also received

CDA Hall, 263 Sixth Avenue sponsored by the Catholic Catholic Relief Service*-National Catholic Welfare from the Lewis Foundation,

South. Donation is one dollar. Youth Organization of Most Conference has initiated, organized and implemented such the Raskob Foundation and

Miss Clara Chartner Is chair Holy Redeemer parish on December projects in more than 75 countries throughout the world.It various other funding sources,
with the assistance of
man 5, from 3 to 7 P m. has become a pioneer in both Catholic and secular The
Mill Margaret Chartener, The dinner will be held in the the "food for work" concept grams in virtually every country money went to a wide varietyof

Mrs. Kathryn Tobin and Mina social hall, 8523 Normandy which uses U.S. surplus to in which CRS NCWC development projects.

Ann Carey Boulevard. For reservations, help pay workers for building operates In the Congo 15000 was

phone Mrs. Charlotte Gmucaat such facilities as roads, In the Philippines, more furnished by a U.S. foundation

Jacksonville 781-2432. Ascension, Eau Gallic, plan festival schools, recreation centers, than 100 projects in villages are beingImplem.nted and for an experiment in raisingsoy
airstrips and docks, and irrigation beans in an area of severe

ASSUMPTIONAt the invitation of t Mon. ST. PAULSt. Ascension parish in Eau Gallic and working on the benefit are, from left and forestration! slum areas. The at least average 100 protein deficiency.For .

signer Harold F. Jordan, pastor Paul's Altar and Rosary Holy Name of Jesus parish in Canova Mrs. W. 1. Simpson, Mrs Kenneth projects project laborers.employs a leadership training

of Assumption parish, Society was privileged to Beach plan the sixth annual "Aloha Beman A T Rossetter Mrs. school in Brazil, 10,000 was
have Miss Kathleen Riley of Mrs. Past emphasis In overseas Agreements have been concluded
by OXFAM and the
Monsignor Patrick E. Nolan Catholic Charities Bureau as Festival" on November 20 from 10 aim John Phelan, Mrs Richard La Sola aid programs has been on supplying for large scale com Raskob provided Foundation.

celebrated Mass in Assumption guest speaker at their Novem. until 10 p.m. at the Ascension parish and Mrs. Richard Adamaszek. the Immediate food and munity improvement projectswith Another OXFAM grant of

Church on Sunday, No- ber"meeting. ladles were re grounds. Among some of the members clothing needs of the world's three city governmentsin 21980 assisted the Instituteof

\erober7. quested bring rosaries to poor (Next week all parisheswill Korea. In Seoul alone, H,> Rural Education in Chile.

The Mass commemoratedthe the December meeting as a Eau GallieASCENSION gather garments for donation 564 unemployed persons ,,'eregl'en Equipment for a radio school
second anniversary of the to the Bishops' annual of
work in projects
donation to mission in Santo
for adult education in Ecuador
Cloonan death of Monsignor who James B. Domingo Island Ascension parish will hold Nun who spent 70 yearsin Thanksgiving Clothing Cam flood control sanitation, water was purchased with funds 4 I
was paign.) construction of
its sixth annual "Aloha Fes.tival" supply, provided by OXFAM.A .
for 17 .
pastor years and bridges. CRS -
Following the Gospel, Mon NCWC bureau bazaar on November 20 South dies in Cullman But in recent years new importance NCWC supplies food to be usedas CRS NCWC spokesman -
Nolan blessed from 10 a m. to 10 p.m. General has been given to said it Is "strongly felt"
signor a memorial these
in public
chairman Is Miss Pat self help projects designed to wages that increased emphasis on
in the church
\estibule plaque,The plaque reads* denies report on Levy. Arrangements have Cl'LLMAX: Alabama Mother Annunclata O.S.B., help the people of developing works, while all the other city costs.governments technical assistance and self-
been made for 15 booths and 87 founder here countries their eco pay help projects "'Wield to "ul
"In Memory of Monsignor of Sacred Heart College died on Novem overcome "Food for Work"
James B. Cloonan, 1903.1963, conference role dren.games and rides for the chil ber 5 and was buried in the convent cemetery on November nomic handicaps permanent. and Besides rural and community development timate victory over the forcesof

A True Shepherd of His 8 the Mass 10.30 She ly. Through its socioeconomic malnutrition and depriva
following Requiem at : am. projects, CRS -
VVASIIINGTOV (NC) -The A ham dinner, prepared by development depart. tion, as well as eventually
Flock Requiescat In Pace. served four of her 70 in religion teacher In also literacy
as a NCWC
Mrs. Kay Horschel and Mrs years
director of the Family Life ment, Catholic Relief Services eliminate social injustice, economic :
,Monsignor Nolan then paid Florida in the schools of the Diocese of St. and the formationof
tribute to the late pastor, noting Bureau of the National Catholic Maxine May, will be served Augustine concentrates on programs campaigns suppression, disease!
from S to 8 .m. on that day. A native of Wexford Penn credit unions and coopera'fives. "
that his death was a great Welfare Conference has p tlon of mother superior of concerned with technical assistance and I ignorance
denied syndicated column's sylvania, Mother Annunciate development "But even as this long.terra
loss to the parish and to>> the the Benedictine community Last than II I6
diocese! lie spoke of his own version of events leading up New Smyrna Beach was Annie Janeway, born on Cullman la 1920. Twenty and other social action million year in grants, more from philanthropic battle for universal human

personal friendship with Monsignor to a family planning sessionat SACRED HEART March 23, 1879, to Joseph years later she became the and self.help movements in foundations and fund. dignity is waged, the major
Cloonan and recalled the recent White House James Thomas and Sarah foundress and first Africa, Asia and Latin America task for CRS NCW is still
Once again the Red Cross president channeled
Conference on Health Alice White Janeway. She Director of this depart. ing agencies were the daily struggle to feed and
be beloved
that was by parishioners blood mobile'will be at the of Sacred Heart College from through CBS NCWC for
and Priests alike Monsignor John C, Knott Sacred Heart Center at New was third in a family of nine 1940-19M. meat is Monsignor Joseph self. and community and clothe the Impoverished three-
One of the referred to the "Inside Re children, six girls and three Gremillion, author of the help quarters of the world's population
many qualities Beach Tuesday .
which Inspired this esteem port" column by Rowland Smyrna on boys In addition she served ss book, "The Other Dialogue" rural development projects.The ," he added.CLEARWATER.
November 30 from 3 to 6 p.m. largest contributor was
his devotion and Evans and Robert Novak. Mother Annunclata attend. novice mistress from 19J3- a study of social problems in
was own This will mark the start of the OXFAM, a private, nonsectarian
loyalty to God and to his peo "No department of the National sixth year that people have ed school at St. Alphonsus 1958. the contemporary world. British funding agency,
ple. Welfare Conference to this For School in Pennsylvania, and She earned a degree in edu cent of the
Catholic responded cause. Through an American supervisory which! gave 70 per
On the actual anniversarydate was contacted la planning the past five years the assigned as a young girl went to Florida cation from the University of staff of ISO program total grants to CRS NCWCin

November 15, another the White House Conference quota of 100 pints ayear with Miss Mary Jankoskywho Notre Dame in 1930. directors stationed around the 1964.

nor was a list of particIpants has always been met. ( later went to unman; Governor John Patterson world, Catholic Relief Serve The J. Orlando Co, Inc.ROSARIES .
as a Benedictine Sister with presented Mother Annunclata Other major support comes
submitted to the Bureauof ices is providing technical
St. Petersburg Mother Annunclata) where a Citation of Appreciation on from the National Council of -
Health and Hospital for ap DeLand knowledge and leadership RELIGIOUS ARTICLES
proval," Monsignor K Dot t she attended the Holy Name January 14, 1962, "for her training IB many inderdevel- Catholic Women.
said. ST. PETERAn Academy which was conducted steadfast devotion to the nations MU L.e M I* IMnrlew.
aped Fund Overseas
The Catholic for
invitation is extended to in San Antonio, Florida, for her .+nw ,-. neon
Edouard C. teaching profession,
Evans and Novak had writ. all of our neighbors to attendour by the Benedictine Sisters of Interest and concern for our The "food for work" concept Development ( ,

Contractor and Distributorfor ten that "Administration of. fall festival this weekend, Holy Name Convent youth, and for her consistent got a boost last March an organization of the English

ficials fully consulted with November 19 and 20. A good efforts to make ours a better when, for the first time since and Welsh hierarchy the
Vilen Mitt!, Ceramic old fashioned clam chowder Taking the state teachers German Leprosy Association;
the NCWC in planning the state in which to live and U.S. surplus food disposal
and Mosaic TiUi will be served in the examination Mother Annun.data
White House Conference. parish programs began 15 years ago,
t7-49th! St So. 147-4101 The columnists had also declared hall beginning at 11:30: aim qualified to teach at St.Anthony's work. the US. government permit. I Ace Hardware ; r

that "the top NCWC on November 19. Take out public parochial ted voluntary agencies to require
health official, Monsignor service will be available also. school of San Antonio la 1191. LargoST. able-bodied unemployed .. Phone I

ROOFPK.SSUM Harrold Murray .(who directsIts Fresh fried shrimp and She entered the convent w PATRICK or underemployed recipients I 'I 446-0174 I II

Bureau of Health and Hospitals chips ,will be offered at the November 21, 1894. She rVceived St Patrick Mothers' Club to assist in self.help and I |1461 ft-B. : A.

ClUNED ) specifically went over big top cafe beginning at 4.30 her religious name, will sponsor a duplicate and community-development activities y
the list of those Invited to the Sister Mary Annunclata In return for food.
Conference and approved it." pm.The grounds and booths will OSB. on May I, 1895, made party bridge game to benefit This has made it possible to

be open at 4 p m. on Novem her simple vows on May 1, the school library on Novem use food for self-help pro- FRESH FRUITS
\'" un,""'"'''''''''''" will ber 20 and 27 at 8 p m. In the
I ber 19. The grounds: open
1096, and In 1808! was appointed
Subscribe at noon on November 20 and principal and only teacherIn K of C hall, 550 Commerce Stanyer'sGrove
nowALPINE there will be children's drive, Largo. Tickets are Tampa YOUR OWN IUSINESS
Orange State Reefing Ce a spoeial a' one-room school with 50
I"""'''''',\\"" \\,\" '''' matinee until 4 p.m. At students who often misled three dollars for both ses MOST HOLY REDEEMERThe & Gift Shop ....- -...". ....-+ IMO
4pm. there will be served in sions. Reservations may be Catholic Youth Club of ...... w. MY t ...,
class to work In the fields TREE-RIPENED FRUIT .I.50. Nr 1M .. I BMttH
ST. ANTHONY'SHOSPITAL the parish hall a Bavarian made by calling Mrs. Albert Most Holy Redeemer Church e
She went to clan at St.Jostph' M ptMM HUM* w. MM r.
rolled steak dinner Adult tickets Lagano at 504-7085; Mrs. Vito will serve' a spaghetti EXPRESS SHIPPERS MO-MI *. MXX I*** X*
and supperIn
horse bug. .
by a ..
a- '. e sit 051
600 I 11th Strut NorthSt. The all new Hurting Howe are $150 and children, 50 gy through the sands of Central Macina at 5844731; or Mrs. the school cafrtorlum oa C."-MermeUde-Hney .set. I5N$5 r.t.M It M.rar1.

Petersburg for the finest in Nursing cents per plate for grades 1 Florida. John Anderson at 5842951. Sunday, November 21, from .M r..a.IllwMw5eW __ ....I _
Home Core 6 Tickets will also be availableat 4 30 to (.30 Proceeds 2246 GulMo-Bay
Modern, Well EquippedReeionabl through only went p m N nil 'MM.1. h5r"ra 11.
I47-4S7J Under the big top! midway Sister the door on both evenings.The from the supper will be used Boulevard I .... 5'511. Isoti W5I. ...,
band of .
with the: pioneer h.
Conducted by 3456 2It) A;.: South booths will be operated by the four other Benedictine Sisters duplicate bridge will be to finance the club's charitable .

members of the Rosary-Altar sanctioned by the American activities and
Sisters of St. Francis: from Florida to Cullman, support
Society and other parishioners Contact Bridge League and other club undertakings.
Approved by Alabama in September, 1818, SKYCREST PHARMACY
American Holy Name Church There will be an auction will be directed by Miss
to conduct Sacred Heart
College of Surgeons JACKSON'SSHOES' booth, plants booth, boards of School. It was there In Sacred Maude Gorman and Miss Start 1903 DREW STREETFor
skill, a dunking concession, Genevieve Gorman. Awards
Heart Church that she made ST. EDWARDSt Fret Delivery Service Call 442TinI
s lssasssasss.o. homemade baked goods with will be based on an accumulation
homemade her perpetual vows as a re both Edward! parish Altar AM-7 P.M., Emergency Phone 4CS751
fancy pastries, of evenings' play
llglous on May 21, 18W\ Society held a tea In the par.hsh
candies and sweets, a pizza Trophies will be awarded for
DON BARDELLA Sister Annunclata was a hall on November 7, honoring
party and dancing to the lat. first and second places Master
4 teacher In Alabama Catholic past presidents of their
% Manager est records along/ with a Schools, both elementary and points will be given' from organisation. President, Mrs. THE ORLANDO MARBLE CORP.

641 Central Are, liMJSS record sale, a fish pond, secondary for 38 years. first through fifth places la Muriel GUhooly, introducedthe Alter- Kelt- F."" .. -Stet,** Fbors

games for all ages, minerals She was elected to the poil- the party bridge section, trophies past presidents and the Merble and Wood Fitly H," u..d StatuesReetonebU
NEW CAR LOANS and gems exhibit, orchid exhibit will be given for first
guest speaker, Mrs George
and refreshments. and second high cumulativescores.
Coylt of Jacksonville, a past 2162 Gulf..... |l.d. Oeer.
liti Inllttle T. lnrn Htiilril Special festival feature Consecration set for ) etf PWe 72UHI
president of the St Augustine
i el9TeiJ3o
its Wiitin rim*. will be a turkey shoot on November New Orleans' auxiliary Assisting Mrs Lagano, general Diocesan Council of Catholic

20 and 21 from noon BVYS.UNTLOt'IS, Mississippi chairman will be Mrs Women. Yaw On*.$ ., Service Fit Al .lt.* And Gad* SvesCee

on at Nordmann's grove on (NC) Auxiliary Bishcpdeslqnate Macina. Mrs Frederick Too- Father Thomas Kelly .
The National Bank North Boulevard with guns presented SKYCREST GARDEN SUPPLY
Harold R. Perry ler, Mrs. Thomas Kinstle, at Illustrated New

IM e r". Sill" HllTtl St. Nteriburg and ammunition furnished. S.V.D., of New Orleans, has Mrs. S. J. Cause and Mrs. Testament to the honored FERTILIZERS INSECTICIDES SEEDS i PlANTS

IL ,....... disclosed he will be consecrated John Fats guests GARDEN TOOLS FREE DELIVERY
.4441' Jih Street,. North CUarwater January 6 in New Orleans. A Christmas card party Members of St William's Phone 442-744 |tnl DOT Street'

ST. CECELIAA The Information was receivedat will be sponsored by St Patrick Altar Society of Keystone

benefit show was featuredat the !Society of Divine Word w'omens' Guild on December Heights also participated lathe
ROBINSON INSURANCE AGENCY the annual membership tea headquarters here from Bish 1 at 1 p.m. at Belle* celebration. SARASOTABRADENTONSar

JOHN of St. Cecelia parish Woman's op-designate Perry, who is in air Bluffs Town Hell Largo. Mrs Rita Mercer acted as

ARAFFT Club, on Tuesday, November Rome attending the closing A cordial invitation Is extended chairman, assisted by Mrs.
311) Centril 1 TelephoneSt. '16 at the Memorial Civic Certter session of the Second \'atican to all. .Donation one dollar Mabel Bates and Mis. Gdbooly. .

Petersburg 162-2141 New members were Introduced Council. He is the first: Negro wqe (CDy ttr

and presented with corsages appointed to the United States

at the tea. hierarchy since 1875 when
J. lee $ Rad Circle 7 members with Mrs Bishop James A. Healy was SARASOTA'S ORIGINAL RAW SARI

Pr.udenl L. H. Copeland as general consecrated second Bishop of I Milt Sot), el Sh'dftey" feint: Reed e. So** Trees (US. 411)

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The Florida Catholic, Friday, No\ember 19. 100s
St. Patrick's Cathedralwas

I Pope Paul hails place of haven during blackout

'-i II By Monalgnor S. J. Adamo

tradition in seminaries NEW 10RK (>C) The big blackout hit New York

with some weird reaulu. It turned St. Patrick' Cathedral

Into a hotel of lorta."Yea ,
ROME NC) Returning to the institution where a 'school,' from an experience !.
he had been a student 40 ware before Pope Paul VI tested by time, by the we stayed open all night explained Father

blewed a new building for the Lombard College on Rome's values and accomplishments John Barry of the cathedral staff "The cathedral was

Eequiluie HilL of the past by its ability to nice and warm and comforting. Our Lady'i chapel was

I form those who trust ink beat with plush cushions on ..
In his talk to the student put K.
Pope Paul praised' the 1 ha aeaU.N ners directing pedestriansand '
not so much as and
value of tradition in guests
seminary training against the "heed auto traffic People kept
less and strangers but as members "Did they stretch out and
disparaging mentality some modern innovators running over to cars asking
sons and heirs precisely ofa .1f't'p.1 a<
have toward" the past" which, he said, ia "not entirely in- tradition which has been "Of course' Only now they for Bronx.a lift to Brooklyn or the

leuigent. endowed not !In vain by eouldnt! blame It on anyone'
is their role in forming the At dinner' in a downtown
The Pope )left the Vatican the saints to whom the seminary aermon. And they 1I'f'ff'D't all
child or student he said."And restaurant could
we see people
early in the evening November la dedicated: Ambrose t Catholics. I heard one guy
so much more so a passing the window ia
11 for St. Ambrose and and Charles," telling a croup of girls 'Well
.seminary, the of It looked like
organ ecclesiastical groups a parade
Charles College close to st. finally got me to visit
education which On his arrival Pope Paul you in the dead of night
Mary Major basilica near the was greeted: by Giovanni Car. your cathedral I learned
makes sense and value of that And now it was four hours
center of the city where asa dmal Colombo of Milan and St. later he was an 'exec from
vital continuity which ia call. Augustine Deanery's guest since the light went out ia
seminarian from the Lom by the seminary's rector. Saks Fifth Avenue.
ed tradition Its cofactorof : the big city.
hardy region Pope Paul had authentic and vigorous Later he received the mayor Assistant States Attorney E. M. Murphy of Tallahassee', deanery presU "now did they mov In a way it was like a weird
lived while in around
studying Rome. priestly' formation deservesto of Rome. Amerigo Petruccl Booth from Duval County waa the dent; Mrs. James L. Lacher of redpnt picnic But then you began

One must study the past be valued for its capacityto and 10 Cardinals. lie thank. guest speaker this month at the semi n. diocesan president; and Mrs. ""'en. He placed large to worry about people trapped

he told young northern Ital. insert the student into that ed civil and Church authorities annual meeting of the St Au tlneOl'an..ry Daniel Brennan Gainesville, representing vigil lights down. the renter hi subways and elevators.You .
tans "not only because it is and all who cooperatedIn
spiritual current which year aisle ea each side. It looked began to get concernedfor
Council of Catholc( Women. the organisation which extend
to be conscious of building the new seminary :
necessary by year age by age, presentsthe like a miniature ranwty. The the sickly and the elderly
the history of the environment patrimony of knowledgeand Afterwards he returned immediately Greeting him from left, are Miss Me lie ed hospitality to the deanery. candlelight was sufficient and the timid and the foolish.

in which one lives, but virtue accumulated by to Vatican City. soothing."
because the cult of traditionIs his predecessors to him asa One bright candle was lit
part of the general Church gift "No mishaps of any kind" by most New Yorkers a

teaching The heedless and The seminary" the Pontiff Spanish hierarchy's new program Mass offeredfor .'No, everyone behaved warmth and fellowship rarely

disparaging mentality o f continued' "is not a board. beautifully The only nuisance displayed came te the fore.Except .

some the modern past is innovators not entirely torward ing house. trains Priests for Latin America father ofmodenChina signer was Thomas the snoring McGovern Moo- They were for doing the cab business drivers.at

"It I. with.
Intelligent and If it attempt. a community kept walking through the usual and
capitalizing on the
to Interpret and to favor the Its sea particular features.Its cathedral" up until four 'in the
instinctive and natural withdrawal ews IGbUII,. Its sea his MIDRIB (;NC) An experimental] Institute here to service and then returned to morning just in case anyone crisis

of youthful psychology &4,1'". train! Priests! for work in Latin America hat entered anew Spam. needed assistance of any The next morning most el

from the forms of life in "The Lombard College Indeed phase. In Latin America the Priest T\irH, Formosa (NC) kind Everyone slept and left the stored.electricity Still things had were been not re

past generations it does not The Hispanic-American Priestly Cooperation Programof will serve as a diocesan Mass to mark the centennial at dawn.
has its own spirit, stile back to normal. Only threeNew
do in line with, Priest. with the same livingquarters celebration of the birth of Dr "One visiting Priest came
always so Spain (OCS1LA) previously two-month
and pedagogy because these ) gave preparatory and food York papers were on the
intuition in salary, as }'at known as th. over about (:Mam, t*
serene lodged the Sun If'n. : pay
come' from a tradition from courses for Priests going to I Latin Amenca The new incardinatcd Priest stands by one o'clock in the
heart of the an of modern China was. Mass He had been stranded
youth. father ,
program (begun in October) is for four month. of study Twenty OCSII1'I'lfolt.. are afternoon and all of them
"Indeed a youth wants to New celebrated November 7 in the since 5:30 pm. on the 86th
Bishop appointedfor were an.mlckIokln".
about pastoral theologyand now scnrral In the Philippines floor of the State
Latin cathedral here by MonsigncrJohn Empire
free himself of certain constructions own Ordinary, the Most of the reports said no
Ireland .
diocese In "
and inhibition imposed Latin America, American Bishop for whomhe Ihl.I vicar general of Building. one could' yet explain howor

upon him but he does \TICIV CITY (NCFarthey The program's theology section will work. and the papal OCSII \ la supported by the this archdiocese. And M It was that an* of why It happened That
not want. to reject the fortunate Michael Russell, vice examinationof nuncio to SpaIn tin accordancewith Spanish hierarchy which, The papal Intermmrlo, Archbishop the most elegant churches III I was adding intuit to Injury,
and honorable circumstance rector of the major seminaryof Includes an the requirements of due to Its own limited re Joseph Caprlo kneltIn the city became: a haves for (The author of this article
of his origin. the archdiocese of Ca.hel, the Church liturgy, cats.chetics "Kxul f'.mill.," Plus XH's soirees II enable to provide the sanctuary The cathedral New Yerkers stranded the (Is executive" editor of the

Ireland, has been appointedby and parish organiza decree which regulated the material help to the Latin t was filled great metropolis during the Catholic Star Herald, newspaper -
"He d..... not want te be Pope Paul VI to be Pisnop bon The Latin American dl movement of Priests from American Church but has long :>r. Sun, who was born 100 New
electric! failure that affected of the Camden
selfish and toward of Waterford and Usmore vision Includes study of (Canton become power
a near
ungenerous one country to another) provided the bulk of foreign years ago math .f( the Northeast Jersey, diocese\ )
those who base loved Ireland geography: history anthropology Priests for latin America. a Protestant while *
aad educated him. He does Born in 1921 at I. ughmore.Dmhojveleit sociology<< rural reform In the current course :M student In Hawaii. I had gone home for a visit Interfaith
Mot want. to found his mar RU'lIfllstudlt'd at land redistribution and religious Priests from M H reglnns of OCSII\ Includes a sociology A medical doctor. Sun Yat- I reached the Lincoln Tunnel promotionof

lull, en his ... experience, St. Patricks College May. pluralism, as applied to Spain, and representing more center, an Information center pen Is considered the main In. ahout 1:10:: p.m. and when I Christmas spirit
but rather en Hint which. others youth and was ordained. June Latin America. than hall of Spain's (I dioceses and a service office all orientated splrer of the revolution of 1911 emerged on the New York I.r.Ftt,1: England (NC) -

date. prepared and gases 17. 1945. Beginning In 1949 he Participants are offered an are enrolled.Must to latin America. whkh overthrew the Manchu side the town was In darkness Christians of all denominations .

him. Pope Paul ao ed. taught moral theology and additional four months of The Spanish hierarchy also dynasty and established the In many countries are
homiletics at the Cathel semi- specialized training in youth of these Priests line supports a seminary f for republic which he was the later that evening as I expected to take part In a

Included In! the very notions nary lie( became vice rectorin work, pastoral work. social been ordained between five Latin American students at first president drove through the city 1 had campaign this year to em

of the family and school l'32.! work, rural or urban parted and ten years. After five years Salamama with an enroll Dr Sun died in 192)rormoia's the impression that people phailie the spiritual meaningof
work and Catholic action Inc of service in Latin America rent of 80); a foreign student. were turning the crisis into Christmas,
strutters for the courses have they can return to Spam, re- program for the IJOOO Latin !target Catholic a party Good cheer and The "Christmas. and You"campaign
the N.. Tae Pre, It-
enlist for three or five. moreyears American students In weekly,
Spain; cheer evident war begun by Father
been enlisted from the ()('SIU liquid were
sued te honor
JACKSONVILLEDEIHL staff, the Institute of hispanic or remain permanently and a program of lay women Sun a supplement this creation.fa Through the windows one Michael Buckley a curate
Culture, a government In the Ijitm America dtoree volunteers which has 90 worn- could see 11(tiled candles on at St Patrkk'a church
la the post meet Priests ell. serving/ in Latin America here. Last 40 In
ported cultural center aiming It he was quoted as sayIng bars which were crowded year parishes
to make Spam better known hate rented their term of to a group of ChristiansIn "It was like having New England: Australia and the

In Latin America and from Peking, shortly after the Year's eve In early November tolled, Stales participated In

a seminary .which trains Span-' Liturgical texts will have establishment of the republic, ," Father Barry observed the program. This year three
lull boys who with to serve that "religious morality is essential later "On the etreets people times as many will take part

their lives as Priests In Latin for government," and were cheerful and helpful and Parishioners visit houses,

America force of law Pope Paul that "most of the principlesof enjoying themselves urging persons' I to attend
: the revolution came from Even downtown Manhattan church services at Christen
Since OCSIIwot fovinlH religion" In the same speechhe usually a ghost town after 1 Father Buckley said he U
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Jesus and disciples are Faith makes death a paper tigerIF


Cancer in the cells of society guests at wedding in Cana J. need you are not afraid feel to ashamed die you are threatening invulnerable scowLDeath t. death's

the past few months many press grave concern and sometimes. Our Lord left Jor- Your fear of death limply has become for ni
WITHIN WHEN for Galilee proves that you are human. rather nothing more than a paper
thoughtful leaders from dignatlon regarding current trends but Ha had

President Lyndon B. Johnson down nothing more. Paralyzed by fear of had three di.clpln-Andrew, Fear of death items from Lee J. I4Trese tiger tissue- thin a fearsome-looking curtain through
but -
John and Peter. On the the will-to-live, sometimes
have evinced grave concern regardingthe criticism or through shame of being He had added way which we walk into a blare
of life tainted by a sordid campaign would be Philip and called the Instinct of lelf-preservation wonder
alarming decay family Nathaniel. It took three of glory It is no that

among our Negro population. It Is reformers feel !isolated and helpless.The to reach Cana; and on days the Frank J, .M rrShoed part of our, which human ii a normal. St Paul exclaims, "Death

heartening to know that our leaders powers of evil have succeeded In day of their arrival "there fi equIpment.God swallowed up in victory! 0

are convinced of the close connection corrupting our youth and shattering was a marriage in Cana of has endowed ni with / death where is thy victory

between a healthy society and a stable our family life by the clever use of a Galilee, and the mother of this stubborn attachment U 0 death where is thy sting'

life. military tactic-isolate and Jesus was there. Jesus also life precisely so that we shall It has been laid that the
family hit first trip to the beach, moment of
was invited and Hit disci- adequately lifeguard our on most important
While of
The fragmentation! of the Negro many our sophisticated plei" (John 2, 12)). physical wen-being and J live he is led to the water's edgein our life will be the moment

family has indeed reached alarming periodicals heap criticism and ridiculeon everythlnt'ould depend on out the span of days which lie his swim suit. of our death In a sense that

proportions but, alas, so has the family any organized attempt to uplift the There can surely' be no Incident the wine. And the win ran hal in mind for us ii true. But it if even more

life of the entire nation. Leaders moral standard of our society there \la In the whole of Our out. We adults have pretty well true to say that the most important -

from every walk of life have long often perceptible in these same maga Lord's public life better It It as natural to shrink outgrown inch 'fears of t h e moment of our life li

suspected that family life, the very tines a subtle and-judging from the known than the Wedding There can hardly be a commentator from the thought of death ai unknown, but very few II ns right now right this present
least of Cana. who had Dot It Is to eat when we are hun
connected it will
Because be
core of our society, is being eaten planting and timing of similar ideas in have conquered ear pnenl- moment.
of the
the running out such now" that
by the unprecedented increase In other periodicals across the country- Let ui remind ourselves gry.Our Sets at the thought of death. some "right
away : wine with the arrival of Our fear of death li intensified will be the moment of our
our rate of divorce, desertion,'alcohol a concerted effort to further degrade what a wedding feast "''II. Lord, who may have been expected \ by another human Fortunately, the fact of death.

ism, broken homes, crime, juvenile delinquency our moral standards.Recently taken The marriage would have and Ills live dlsclplei characteristic fear of the death will be much easier The chancel are a million to

and widespread immorality one of our national publications that quite place small a year and before.private At who could hardly have been. unknown Even if we have a than the anticipation. Either one that this particular mo-

While making generous allowancefor carried an article specifically ceremony, the man and the Given that practically the deep religious faith and are we shall die suddenly withno ment as I write or as you

the common tendency of every attacking the family as an institutionand girl became husband and wife whole town had probably been strong in the virtue of hope time for panic or we shall read will not be the moment

generation to exaggerate the immorality advocating instead human stud They returned to their own invited to the wedding, one we remain apprehensiveconcerning die after a debilitating illness of death for either of

of It. youth it would be'sheer and farms. At the same time another wide hornet and the wife spent a cannot feel that an extra half grave. W our j do life not questionthe beyondthe too weak to care whether we, ui

willful folly to belittle the cancerous ly read periodical gave its blessing to year preparing what she dozen would have made all fact that an ecstatic happiness live or not But there will come a par

signs of our society's decay. promiscuity and adultery on the should need when at the end that difference. But this par awaits ui, but it will We need not feel ashamedthat llcular moment for each of si

Philosophers endowed with pro grounds that these do not noticeably of the time she moved into her ticular half dozen would have be a new kind of life different we are ipprenheniivt. when God says, "Come to Me,
husband's house and their I made difference concerning death but fortunately
a to the celebrations -
found understanding of the causes of hinder business performance or cause from our present mode of eiIstence Jesus has robbed BOW
married life started Normally ai a whole.
'human events and historians who have the terrible guilt complexes that were there was no consumma. There would have been a and quite unimaginable death of any real terror We is why it is so tiien-

studied the rise and fall of nations formerly alleged. lion of the marriage duringthe good deal of whispering about face As the a consequence, we have His. absolute guaranteeof toil that as God looks into our

have with few exceptions, greed that Freedom of expression Is one of our year of waiting; but if Jesus the carpenter and His with some prospect trepidation.This of. death a better and an everlastinglife hearts at any moment of the

the broken family presages a broken .nation'. most cherished rights and there was, it was not sinful, failure to get Himself a wife. day or night lit should be

society and the eventual fall of a benefits without which the superficial and if a child was born, it was Celibacy was all very well h fear of the unknown "I am the resurrection and able to see there some '\1.

nation. With the tide of Immorality and the ill-advised could not so readilyand legitimate.The for Eisenei, living/ secludedin children plainly For visible in small the life," our Lord assures dence of love for Him. That

and wedding, when at last their own small colonies; example ayoungster ui; "he who believes in Me, li why it ii so crucially Important
and of pathetically
contaminating our betray
more expose Is excited becausehe
it came, was not a religious but the town carpenter was even if he die shall live. that at this very instant -
each and what with divorce themselves For this reason we mightbe has been h
youth day promised I i
ceremony, or Indeed any kind no Kssene. Within a few minutes This promise ii fortified by no matter hat we maybe
and unfaithfulness making shambles indebted to the periodicals concerned of ceremony It was a time of Peter would have been lint boat ride. But ai he approaches still another: "lIe who eats doing and even though our

out of an ever-increasing number of were it not that these are of the feasting and singing and general holding the floor: It was hit the gangplank: of the My flesh and drinks My blood conscious mind may be on

cur family homes it Is not very difficult popular and shallow kind that irresponsibly mirth. The bridegroomwith nature to. John may have excursion steamer he becomes has everlasting life, and I other things, our basic atti

to foresee the day of wholesale depravity tend to propagate and clothe his friends began the attracted less notice: what back frightened" and pulls ihall raise him up on the last tude should be a desire to do

irresponsibility and outright such drivel 1 under the cloak of respec day by going<< to the bride's matter to ui li that he was sobbing 1 don't wantto day." God i will.
got" Another
house and bringing her back meeting the woman who child may W< are weak yea We are
defiance of all The recent tability.
authority be
in procession to his own. The would be given to him ai hit similarly terrified. when If we have faith In Jesus, very imperfect )'e.. But at
five-day orgy in Watts, the student Many sins,, it is said are committed celebrations might last for mother on Calvary he U first lifted onto the wooden as effective' faith which 'Issues least let God see, this moment
pacifist demonstrations and draft evasion In the name of freedom If unchecked hone of a 'Is love for God and for ,
many days: that would depend She it was who Intervened merry (to- neighbor << that our fix" is upon
o tactics have all helped to prepare these! .sing accumulate to the destruction upon the bridegroom decisively to save the miserable round. Still another toddler and If we nonrltb our.aches Hun and that our reach li toward -

us for the otherwise unthinkable- of society which is the immediate wealth. So would the splen embarrassment of empty will whimper and rebel ,,'heD. oa Iris Body, thes we Hun

namely the possible overthrow by the guarantor of such freedom. "The excessive dour of the feasting and of wine Jan and a feast in full

mob of our constitutional system of worship of liberty," wrote Rob- the apparel. awing Sum and substance

government.A ert Lynd, "111 usually a materialistic
\\t find more than one wed It Is nearly twenty years
famous British statesman, once passion. It is founded on a belief that ding feast In Our Lord's para- since we heard her first recorded

'!". "said that for the triumph of evil all man is the prisoner. external forces, blei" -., : __, .. words to her Son Document on revelation effectiveTHE

:that is necessary is that good men do and that, if he were released from when they found Him In the
\\e remember the
nothing. It is characteristic of our age them it would be into a heaven upon (Matthew 22)) from which one the Temple after three dayi. Now Waldeniian Church's rIUlollt'.Prott.I."I rolUbera-

for 1U "good men" privately to ex earth." guest had been hurled into for a second time we bear La Luce attacked tine la Blblleal/ research and
her speak to Illmi I "They have
the darkness outside becausehe the Second atican Council in / i* tt 'li obvious. that la the

Question boxWhy had no wedding garment: no wine. its November i Issue The Farber future wt win he reading versions

""""""" """"* our mouths, can water Kill at She limply draws His attention Waldenilans art a group of / of the Bible Jointly! approved
f . ._
I the beeves and I.tllngs'11Ioo'>r- to the problem she duel Italian Protestants numbering Juba B. frayhbeerdi by Catholic' sad

do we have Ember Days? der which the tablet-groaned. not tell Him how to solve It. lbout'm.OO: ). Editor Cino Protestant authorities.
warned Protestants
Hut the feast given in Cana Heading His answer, we would
by friends of Our Lady, close !get the impression not only that they art deluding' themselves The old controversy ai to
Q Moat of the questions I and Priesthood l on all Ember relation perhaps, would not that lie did not mean to solveit if they think that the whether some revelation U in
read about the changes 'In our Saturdays Church of Horn it modernis Tradition but not in the Bible
r have been of that sort of splen but that He law no reason
'hurrh concern the Mass. The pagan Romans also dour Our Ixird new disci why lie should Hearing .Hit leg and reforming itself. "W, it not taken up in the document. -

Perhaps this .Is very Importanl Itlndltnor had a harvest festival/ usually ,,pies Peter and till rest are answer Our Lady knew that must today be Pruteitanti. preach' (. old Catholic,Prates- Indeed it seems to be

Jo most people, but to methere J.'U. in June; but sometimes/ det not"likely td naworn anything Ha would, We ran be and our protestwill tint controversies) over scrip vanishing ai a point of friction
Is another change/ (hat layed until August dependIng notable In the Few lie \ have the fl'nulne'In. ,
I h far very way things ever said ture and It It tulle obvious
the more Important I I nlll ( 011"I'a : on the 'fa*OI). The Christian of wedding garments There have born to elaborately discussed gelical sound which 'U necessary that Catholic and Protestant Congregationalist observer

how past cold year and Indifferent didn't rralbe ember\ days of June would nut have been mud : "Woman. what Is thatto to distinguish It if our sieve .. matter such at Douglas Horton In his "Vati

really' were. There' was we nowarmth probably developed from this beef not many fading! Some me and to the*' !My hour God rrally will" be for ui our Scripture and Tridllloa are can Diary 19M" says: "In the

i larvest celebration but it be- small amount of meat (hire li not yet come." The discus- only fortress gradually """rlill'. schools of Protestant Chriitlanity .
In the (hurch
I am kcd to Ihrm erne quite penitential In would have been because a lion has been three It li interesting to note that
John me give an ex- upon that 1 know best the
lure when' the our window dear 'l Pepe nfun.itl.in ('Itaycfirrr Joss 1 11y in a '|1lirltol.lTPftration wedding/ was so special an occasion : point mainly11It) addressing the attack came )ust a few Possibly It(t was this that or- whole matter of the relation
opened to |let| In
fresh ilr be' mount fur the 4. historians ate not Incomplete | for pagan ex- but normally the poor her as Woman, His using days after the Bishops approved rationed the outburst in the of Biblical to oral' Tradition
the document \\aldensian
censes of Galilee on divine weeklyIn
saw precious little a phrase which sounds likea seems
lunshlne' to agreement about the pas."hal.ur
enter ton. From late August through: meat fiorn one )ean' end to refusal to concern Himself: revelation bv an overwhelming the text of the newer. sola
icriptura i
origin of the :
Lmher Da .. 'Scripturealone'i
The' change I speak of concern ) anotherAt the vole of 3081<< In favor lion Tradition is not presented
September the Roman mysterious remark about
We know that they were first \gathered i may have meant to
people 1 stapling' them ai against 27 opposed as the sum total of
a wedding of their teachings
for observed at Home, possibly the grapes and made sort, His hour Luther or Calv in. the norm of
what '
prejudice they are. :>o innre U early as the third century their wine It wa the vintage Many .f the eminril evpert, banded down by the belief for the modern Proton.tint ,
more rehentmenls but
maguterium the
certainly the middle season and again there "erertll'bralillM. have described this document at whole ii conwttenry with ones'
no more hnller-thnn- by of the Paul VIPrayeralways life of the ChIIrclI.TradlllOfI .
thou altitude fifth. It seems that they were especially when Pope .* the met Important text .f tttal. knowledge of history and
) just lining our 'it
fellow man 'for what he Is. 'not 'nb tr\.d elsewhere until the work was finished The the whole council 11 It ends represented not life. which \includes but II
as a supplement tacked onto
Fmber; hays of September the ( not confined "
I the sixth century winter deformation art to the Bible
am 41 old anti,. I
years Scripture but ai the Church
teem to have been the Christian the and lOI'f'er.rprhl" .
suppose more thin half my In early centuries at Romeit response! to the revelries same meditating on the Bible la short the document on

life Is. met I have one bitter was customary for Christians and lupoiitltlons of the pa the Vl'aldenslan Revelation /itself \la looked revelation takes ui one step

resentment which I hope the t to fast three days each can vlntneri thing but it is excellent editor felt that this document upon not ai a bundle! of d.xtnnes > closer to the Protestants,

good[ lord will help me to week- Wednesday, Friday was specially dangerout because at was true In the past, Tim marches on. the battles
overcome' Vthy did It take 1C= and -Saturday. It Is. possible' Tie Ember nays spring( it makes the Bible the but ai the vote of God speak of yesterday' disappear from
hale of \
to been later \TIC\N CITY
seem (.NC) rope Paul In repeating his
Ion that..aj ripd
T the
"* custom .of common meeting ground for tog to his people a living memory as Catholics and
origin and to have had tio call to Catholics
weekly fasting abandoned throughout the world to Join in special Protestants
A. The iiinshine is flooding was CatholicProtestant relationsIn voice, begin to et the
In. along with the fresh air. four weeks of special pagan precursor They were prayers before the council ends said such an appeal the future. old problems from entirely

lluth elements are essential penance were retained, one end definitely of the In sixth existence rentury-the by the should not be ignored simply because It la no novelty Those of ui who were In the Th* dotimett rartarigei<< new and different angles.

.to growth, and I am confident at the beginning of each sea- Id his address to his regular peat basilica of St. Peter'sone
(that/ .we will now sea a rapid apes! .of the ).tllr. One argument era Great of Pope St, Gregory the Wednesday audience November achieve. the happy' ending ., historic day In 1982 remember M. J. Murray
the camenlral: Council
growth: In love, tolerance and against this theory Is 10, the Bishop of great Die impasse In regard
It would that there which 'li la For this
the evidence that onlr three seem progress.
community' spirit Maybe tome pointed out he had ordered to the original version of
someday people will be able ember weeks were observed were no fixed dates for the three days of solemn reason wt" Invite good people the revelation/ document' Led Strange but
In earlier centuries: there Ember Days until the time of to prey, the Holy Fatstrtald. true
ny those Catholics, how prayer Just before the end of by Biblical scholars and the*
they love one another! wn none for the beginning of rope St. Gregory VII In the the council on December 8 to logiani such as Cardinal 8...
Cepye qle "mi
eleventh century, lit decreed > NCWC Neon Se/Vtt:
spring beg the Holy Spirit; for "anew "Praer li the art of loving Cardinal Frlngi, Cardinal t I
Q. Pirate 'Inform me as to that they be celebratedon !
-A. more Interesting and Pentecost"! to renew the It Is spiritual charity. It U Hitter, Cardinal Koenlg. Car. ... twu e w we it
the origin significance and" quit probable explanation II the Wednesday Friday fact of th.'orld.. the meant whereby all art dtnal Legrr and Cardinal I ISUft'lft'l' wr ..o aws 5 s.....5 ( ss is.'c..t b ..
background of Ember Dtvi.. and Saturday after Decera- r rrr.wNCII melt eclat el..w
that the Ember Days wert made capable of loving their tome' of the lathers .ete.tto,4i(1.r. 'V
Thli request may sound silly 13 (the feast of St. Lucy), Thea Paul nKVenwr.ot
Christian adaptations of ancient Pope told his vUl- fellow men and of participating had mounted an attack on the .IN r. rs.1u r ssw5.le M
but my grandchildren have after Ash Wednesday, ..ntrPt'nt.eoat. turn: ass-c 1e7e wa
paean celebrations pop.ular personally In the great document They argued thatit M.PeYee. { alv5a "
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and after
September -
at Home December "'ai 14. There may be some who alms of the Kingdom of God. would impede the freedom ec.f ._ r

the lowing season, and when will think there ii a lack of This It why wt have once and progress<< of biblical re -- a"tar.neaw. ,, /.

lhtFloridafCarhollc the people had finished their Q Ml my life I have done novelty and originality In this mort exhorted everyone to search that U was carping ."oocs.... ....

seeding' they offered sacrl- my best to make good con Invitation which II a usual pray. The Council needs to be and condemnatory' tone andthat emsan,"

Ticei W ('Ir... goddess of fessions. New I discover that one Some might mummer to blessed by the Lord particularly it would oily sent t.

itnmilture and to Trllui, one sin 1 confessed was notronfeiieri themselves: 'The Pope tan at its epilogue. Thtwalth widen the gap between the : lN

gathsa of the earth properly' What eI.I make no other recommendation of graces whkh haveaccompanied Catholic Church and the various ;J

FttlnM' MWT *>*., Kor the Christians of Rome do now! than to pray-an curl It to far must Protestant Cnvrrhet.
mini iiiitvi fiut, IMM tlie Ember Days of IVcem- A. Forget It. When honestly lent thing but alwaji thelame nut fail In the last hour," PopePaul When a vole was taken It
lu cal 411 lets her! were for a long; time high- you ,' emphasised. divide whether or not to accept
111 111 td.u..r.5t rt try to make a good confession thing .
.. Iv Important. It that the
? IMiM MMStOTMtliM seems 1e hope our exhortation document as a work.
)ou make a good one 'ttell. we will Invert that
555 tH tMUt |4 Wt the only time for animation/ will be heeded' first of all byyaq lag bam for dt< .. HillIM l-Mtli-l Nat and your sins are forgiven facile comment It I i. al.."
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I MMW M M* flunk the I lord and be the. same thing but It
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The week in liturgy

New Service said Coptic Bishops feel the together with a reaffirmation tint of Indulgences Is also too on Vov ember !$ and continue

(This roundup from the Second Vatican) Council matter should not be broughtup that they are applicable to the individualistic, the Cardinal lilt( the rioting

covert the floor discussion of indulgences which took for discussion yet But if souls in purgatory. In the text, said, whereas our Indulgences A the Christ compared death to

place during the ninth week of the fourth session of the It must be, then the documentas he said there should be consist essentially In the intervention five conctilar volume containing documents
it stands is in general acceptable stronger emphasis on need of the Church and
Council) he stated for affective separation from represent the authoritative promulgated at the public aeaslon thief stealing life away

VATICAN CITY Thing have changed: in the A Patriarch from the West even slight sin' as a necessary prayer of the Church It iv of October 38 was distributed feltct
Church's Manuel Cardinal Cerejeira of condition for gaining an important he said to avoid and Archbishop
new age of collegiality Pope Paul VI proved it said the council secretariate. Bj Father Paschal Boland OJSB.
Lisbon said Portugal's. Bishops Indulgence Restrictions on any concept of the Church
gala during the Vatican Council's ninth week when the was already in the process of November 21
found the document acceptable gaining Indulgences should be which would be unduly "juri Sunday.

subject of indulgences wu brought up on the council in general since it Is eliminated for the special dical mechanical and Imper preparing" the official of volumei all I Til (last) Sunday after PentrosL (Mass of SUB-
Edit to
floor aa the Fathera time for a revision of the plenary indulgence grantedfor sonal" i T'piu" 24
returned after Gloria
a 10-day recess promulgated documents lie day, Creed Preface of Trinity.)
norms governing the gainingof the moment of death he
Originally, the Pope had planned to ask the various said he hoped It would be
national Indulgences said German Bishops Christ foretold both the destruction of Jerusalem, the Holy
Biahopa' conferences about Indulgence practices Although Cardinal Koenig ready for distribution \ery City of the Chosen People of God, and also that of the world

Just as he had asked them about fut and abstinence Down under spoke for the Bishops of Austria Cardinal Doepfner concluded shortly after the December council'sconclusion" I. (Gospel\ ), Ie 70 Atl the Roman armies destroyed Jerusalem so
regulations and Cardinal Doepfner with three pointsThe : on that not a stone remained upon a stone Objectively, the world
_. _. .. this
the unforeseen
With free time available in commission consider only the Norman Cardinal Gilroy of for those of Germany, they document as it Barring include docu. may not end for thousands of jean. although we know man
the council hall it was found theology of the past regardingthis Sydney, speaking for Australia said their two reports had stands needs further study would then 18 has the potential nuclear weapons to destroy today. Subjectively
that this topic might lend itself subject and fail to take s 25 Bishops said they !been approved by both hierarchies and consequently should not menu the world may end for us tomorrow, or even tonight/ ;
to be discussed on the into account contemporary were unanimously in agreement and therefore amounted be promulgated at the present End of debate for it ends for us when God calls us Death has been comparedby

floor even though it was not theological thinking and find- on the changes suggested to a joint statement: time if only for ecumenism Christ to a thief that comes In the night and steals our life
CD the agenda Ings that are soon to come for partial indulgences, but The work of revision Fetid away For many death comes In such a way For others dean
While balloting was along Instead of issuing a that they were divided on the From Austria should be entrusted to a com Archbishop announced approaches slowly and deliberately,
proceeding at the end of the
on three matters-the document now. Cardinal She suggested changes regarding! mission with a vastly broadened week that because of the The Liturgical cycle end. with this Sunday, the last of the
lay apostolate the missions han said it would be betterif plenary indulgences Mcnna's Cardinal praised membership particularly necessity of reading the texts Sundays after Pentecost Advent !begins the new Liturgicalyear

and the Priesthood-the council a more profound study The reports from the Spanish many points in the documentand I by the addition of dogmatic to be voted on by the council, next Sunday What mistakes, what faults, what sins we

beard speeches on the Indulgence were conducted and the question and hallo episcopal! conferences in fact the general: project theologians, It would be Impossible to con were responsible for in the past year are le be regretted. The
topic.Collegial. then turned over to national Indicated their general of undertaking. a complete revision A papal document shouldbe tlnue the presentation of year is now closing upon them, and a new year opens before

episcopal conferences approval ef the text with of the Church approach prepared with theological extra-conclllar reports by us New opportunities will be presented to us to make the com

actIt for their study minor changes but those from to Indulgences explanations( and directives on curial officials( and representatives tog year one of more progress In the spiritual life, of draw
Then at some later date he Poland the Netherlands, Germany The document is not acceptable the matter of indulgences In of national Bishops log closer to God of becoming a more mature Christian

was as if the Pope were stated, the Pope could sum and Austria called for as it stands according to order to facilitate transition conferences on a proposed November 22
seeking the public support of mon a meeting to draft a new extensive revisions which Cardinal Koenig since it expresses from the former discipline to document revising theChurch' Monday
the revised which St Crcilla (Maaa of feast Gloria Common Preface)
document discipline
based ,
the council Fathers for a de. on conclusions would !Incorporate the outlookof doctrine which does discipline on Indulgences.

vision he might earlier have of a much more com modern theology, taking not seem: sufficiently mature. will eventually be adopted followed Scheduled speakerswere Her name Is listed In the Canon ef the Mass and she ll
reached on his own plete review of the entire from and it does not give attention Vigorous applause submit
supreme particular Inspiration any hit asked to their venerated as one of the most celebrated of the virgin martyr
authority To reach It with the question of Indulgences the documents of the present to present day theo recommendations the
At the week's the reports in writing to council of third century Rome A tradition exists that she was forced
content of the council Is inline Eastern council logical research Not everything mine'II's secretary general 'a general secretariateHe Into marriage by her parents to Valerian a pagan noble t and
with the new concept of opinion ran be reduced to' juridical Pericle I tellcl asked them to bear In that he was converted by a vision ef st. Cecilia's guardian
Church government that Is The Church's current doctrine categories." he said Archbishop the mind that the Apostolic Penitentiary angel on their wedding night "0 God grant that we may foK
the schedule for
Patriarch I renaming
Maxlmos\ and discipline on indulgences gave!
just now beginning to assert The Church must pay greater council the curial office low the example of her devout lIf," (Prayer of the. Assembly).
weeks of the
Saigh of Antioch said Franzlskus Car. (
speaking .
itself, and later on will find attention he said to the which prepared the document
for Mellut. rite Bishops said dinal Kocnig of Vienna. leaves until It closes on December Tuesday November 23
tangible expression In the relationship between' the remission had been asked to revise\ the ,
planned world synod of Bishops indulgences as such are not to itself open to the danger ofsuperstition of punishment and a 1 existing discipline on Indulgences St Clement 1.1 Masa 1 of one or more supreme pontiffs,

be found in the traditions of on the part of the charity hH.h: is activated by General meetings were to not to undertake a Gloria, 2nd Prayer of Ht Felicltas. Common Preface,)
Thus the council, not charged the Eastern Churches and are uneducated, and of neglect on good works. The expression continue daily until November theological study
with handling the indul- the product of the Western the part of the educated" "the treasury of the l'hurch"la 22 and to Include a plenary Some of the rrpoits present This Pope was the third successor to St Peter and ruled the

genre question, acted as a Church of the Middle Ages. Both he and Julius Cardinal to be unrtr-rstuod only analogical meeting on November IS ed on the council floor discussed Church about nine yeas until his exile and martyrdom. A letter .
kind of sounding board. It The Patriarch who Is also iViepfner of Munich who in !)', said Cardinal poepf, when the schemas on divine the theological Implications he wrote to the (hrlstians of Corinth one *f the eldest

gave a welcome! demonstration a Cardinal said there is no effect presented ]joint reports nor revelation and others sere on Indulgences as well and most Important documents to come down to us from the

of how the world synod question but tint the Church approved\ by both the German .. scheduled to be promulgated ai their practice. and severalwell early Church lt us pray to this holy Pope today whose name
of Bishops will work The has the power of adding to and Austrian hierarchies He said this should be made From November X! until Informed council experts Is Inscribed In the Canon of the Mass and also "In the book of

Church Universal will be the merit of the good actionsof said that the dot perfectly clear since It seemsas November 29 there will 'be another have suggested It was for this life' ((1st lAuollllh.t) our names may also be inscribed: with
since this flows from trlnal elements the \It stands t. represent something *
men on subjeitare bis
heard its ,
expressing views week's recess Is permit reason rather than the lack of
through! the freely.elected na the Church's power of umver nut yet sufficiently ma- too material and quantitative. rommlisloas to complete the time that the subject of Ind1t'1K"f'1 ,"-< Wedneadsy November 24
sal intercession with God But ture to be expressed in a .
tlorsl episcopal representa he said there can be no Church document redrafting of remaining documents. was removed from the flit; John of Inn Cm**. (Maaa of a doctor, Gloria, 2n4
lives, directly to the Pope The document rre.enta.Rome's. Meetings will resume floor,
equating of the remlswn of Cardinal Doepfner suggested Prayer of St Chryeofonua, Common Preface)

The tnlled Stales Bishops the temporal punishment due that the committee largely .
This 16th Carmelite friar I Is known as I great
spoke through Lawrence Car to sin granted by God and composed of canon lawyers, e.atel a.wlx.'el w waa.NIr century
author of works that classics In
the '
and are mystical
dlnal Shehaa er f Baltimore, that granted by the Church which has been working on Indulgences .i. ;' 1 4 mystic
theology,, With St Teresa ef Anita he restored his Order to a
ne ef the spokesmen 'far Without clearly stating that for the past several ..
observance of the Rule Ills mortifications,
groups Blshepa sa esiresepInWBi J>e favore-l saifimsion of the months be broadened to Include .re Art primitive penances
and love of the Cross dominated his life. and brought him te theheightsbf
en a document that practtoTof. Indulgences entirely modern theologians' and ,
"0 Cud You endowed St.
I. not really a eonelllar mat. Patriarch Saigh noted that that a series of papal directives e x'n= contemplative prajer ,
John with a wonderful love of self denial and ef the Cross"11'rayer
fI _
ter, bat wMeh. Pop ra.11 the practice of indulgences is be issued facilitating the
the Assembly not shirk !
of ) May we prnanceslThursday
kid asked" Ike Bishops I* based on the ancient prmtentlal transition wlthm the Church

study discipline of the earlr from the old discipline to the November 25It.

Cardinal Shehan said the Church Since that disdplMie' new rath.rlneMu.! ( of a virgin-martyr, Gloria, Com
has beefl suppressed' should
changes enumerated inh.. L mon Preface)
not "perhaps iiKtolgenres' bean Poland in favor
document on Indulgenceswhkh treated he asked fie also i'O Many legends( have attached themselves' la (Ms vtrgiis
had been drawn up by a stated that the practice of Stefan Cardinal \\),.,..ulof ) martyr of the early Church In Alesandrla such ai being

commission appointed by the. granting indulgences can lead CoittiM and Warsaw Mid > I burled by angels on Mt. final.. Became of her legnndary knowledge |-
Pope, were In principle acceplable men to forget eenliali such the Bishop of Poland were I i of Christian philosophy, she Is know as the pi Iron saint

to the American as a sense of the sacred and heartily la favor of the pro- war e we er+.wet.awr T ass ef (hrlstlan phlloaophertFriiay.
Ilomevtr. he sad.
Bithopt lie said tUiaiMwId
the need for personal effort posed revlstoa ,
many of them-including :20:! be carried wt "without November 2.

who put their opinions In "r.1. The, Patriarch said that I hi dels) and harmonited with NL KylveeUr (Mans of a holy abbot, Gloria, 2n4

Ing-felt It would b* Utter If the event that the practice Is Die council teaching. 1'rayer of St. Peter of Alexandria, Common Preface)
the matter were shelved for not suppressed, al lent It The Primate of Poland said
In 1227 this Canon of Oslme retired te a hermitage at the:
the time bei sg. should he updated U correspond .bis cvAfereme was la favor or
The reason for shelving the with modern thinking a still greater reduction 'In the Vt age of )o. Followers gathered around him and he soon eilab
betMtefit( at present, he said The attachment of days and number of tudultenm tn hiked a mnnaatery using the Rile of St Benedict which he

wee that very many felt It nIM )ears should 'be dropped areremmendeo' failed for in Uw prted lest adapted on some points to a greater' austerity. He lived to the
><|< oypnrtuwe' to bring up this and It should and ot greater tmtptlfiratioi age of M Ills monks are know as the fytvestrlne flenedl
......." 1,0wNot 'be asserted that there Is neaoumatk In their paantat.sr.luladed t ;y a c tines ''0 God may we" walk In the footsteps! ef your holy ah
assurance e( grace hot. ffylveiter
urgent while also fretting the need .be said, iho M hea stalwart' Christians

for prrMial ..cllea.To prt\I.te. making (he maferity shrine to St. Cecilia Saturday. November 2T
wit of .Indulgences applicable
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that la general indulgences achieve this he *ug.e.bed I. the ...1. la purgalerj Mw*<;.nt loose Si Cool ., boon ball, ova kor home. k.J .r M.,.. Si. Cecilia&; .I. suit Mat ., the IUred" Urgus Mary ,., ftatvuday

and. the harms governing that ttte test be rent., ....:* ootren t.it. 0... of sic.most '.K aI! mtolf Ulli m fK.t ... in the ,.,.", of Kor ...."' .", of.1d.dh. Gloria( Preface of Blamed Virgin)
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Improving your study skills

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Important to follow-up on studies

Bv Pr. ,Jump Michael l>e monb-used! overlearning technique 1
I iw
t"ni\ily of Notre. Dame I '
5I +h
During study, the alert ate( .
,.4Ne..e..444551NN54e1.55. P
often have vou aid. d..ntlhnuld make notes of the
HOW \ouisell "I 1 forgot This II the 1i't of a fne- material he Is learning. I e i 1 a

more than I learned from part series on how to Improve
these notes' which are put
( fudging) sue'hand such'Such study sklllp by a noted educator
altitude leads to a into the student'i own words,
an Roth and students
kind of despair because after represent a summary
all why spend all the ,(fort will benefit by reading of the most important elements

studying<< when the end rewltIt this series. Please flip and of what" was" studied

forgetting most of what save for future reference One of the most efficacious

was learned 5.NNNN55.NNNNNN450in' methods of study follow-up li Hustlers of Melbourne Central Catholic a scoring team
Unfortunately it is five to review these notes,

that many persons do( forget: often the very reason why whenever possible Melbourne Central! Catholic. squad riti a record ,e far of Lopez High School from Day from' left B.tl D.... ((6)), KMHtllmtn ((73)), Don Kltimchnitt ((19)),
deal I If not almost all so much of what was learned to see the notes as a whole (60)( ), Grtg Hartltb Chance Shafer ((30)); middlerow
a great School is proud of itt eight wins ltd one Ion, in con- hone it i the cant importtnt
learned and consequently during study Is so quickly entity of related parts, High John UB.tl. Ed Gene Terrieo ((77)), Tom
of what they (otebill tam the Huitltrs, and tendon for district pl.y-off rion- date on the schedule of the (2)1. ((24)) ,
such despair seems forgotten The follow-up in It is well to remember that C. Long ((22)), Pttt Boiftck (175)),
Coach Robbins* or A Thanksgiving game with Hustlers, who are front row, ty7ILGrt( ) Justified The only way to studying is just as importantas study habits and techniquesare rightly so. Roy John Btllmtr (((80)) John PheUn Tom Constantino ((70J), Ed Hegn -

counter this. attitude of despair the follow-through in a themselves improved by -- (((31)), Milo Kennedy (III), Bob ((66)), Dave Champagne,

toward study is to learn baseball batter home run study The more a person studies Diocesan H.S. football Short* S3)( ), Steve Rtddy ((29)) (Conches) II Hector! ( ', Dave
how to study in such a way at swing or in more accurate Bob Decker ((28)), John Water ((52))), SiJ....+r.
to ensure that most or at Study follow-up should occur terms, the more effectively a (76)( ), Chril Bed ((51)), Hal Bryant -

least the important things at three separate times, person studies, the greater ((27)). Mi. D.cltns(2l( ). Jty
learned through study are re viz. at the end of each study skill he acquires. in studying. Kenny's Crusaders savor victoryBISHOP Rack of the weeks Northcutt (3)( ) Barry BirduH

tained. session, at specifically designated School children. and youths, lIke Kaier.Melbourne ((26)), David i McCarthy ((19)),
In interval, and during therefore should realize that Kenny High School followed" by a shorter run by touchdowns la the third quaelet Cent Cath John Murray (5)( ), Gerald

The vital thing to keep it that the course of everyday life dally studying, rather than overcame their Tom (;trll hty. Lineman of' the week' : Rogtro ((34)), Charles Elder ((74)),

mind In this connection This follow.up will ensure that mere fitful cramming at examination injury jinx and defeated Tiger end Charles Binbee Mike .'unkhou er, Joe Bergeron ((86)); back row
effective study I II not completed Buccaneers left the
belle the teaming is reinforced in time Is what will I I Bolles School, 26-14 Coach But the caught a pass from quarterback Tampa Catholic John Bayer Geraghty) BI.< ...a
when the has person learned the memory, and further, thatit ensure optimal learning and Jont Tyson'i Crusaders courageously field at half-time holding a Ed Cimino to put the ((17)). Tom ((33)), Bill
*ei he or she is related to the real, everyday retention. overcame a 14 one point edge on two long Tampans on the Scoreboardfirst Final Korei: Prtmttt (2S( ), Igntcie' lutrioo

moot or corn all the material. life of the individual. point deficit in the first quarter scoring attacks The Hustlers'defense but Kathleen tied the Bishop Kenny' It ((64)I ), Fred Armstrong ((50)), Mile
Regular living habits of eating anchored by center Bullet .II k..tr ((20)) Eddie Gorman' ((45))).
To be sure such an attitude and kept Bolles from storing score by halftime: Then the -
of study
The first phone any and physical exercise Fred Armstrong, stiffened Winttreom
sleeping Louis
during the final three fighting Tigers used a ground Bishop Moore 14 Gory ; ((61)),
follow-up Is lo test oneself on important for and held the Tampa home Kntcht
are very JS Sicolo ((32)) and David
attack to push Cimino over Boone
New films what one has learned at the effective study, A person whois team scoreless in the second for the two touchdown edge ((18)).
end of each study session. fatigued, or who docs notreceive Kenny's quarterback JohnLanahan half Father Lopez' High *e
Ml ,"..,,10.. If IMlM Bishop Barry High School'i
HIM! ncMtlf nourishment tnmrback- I
proper Ird the Lou SUolo Melbourne st. Joseph Academy
,n it liuiniClaw This will ensure that the Barons are the next opponentsof
will not be able to study opti lug Crusaders with two TD'sIn ahead with a touchdown in
has been learned to Jesuit
Section II material the impressive team Melbourne Cent. Cath. ISBeikeley Bishop Moore
A and then
the second
mally. quarter and Bill
I the point of at least one perfect the third quaitCi sporting an 81 record. Prep 14
Sound! mental health Is also put his tram ahead to stay Prema/a tallied the regional(
mastery Frequently persons -
(;Morally adult unobjectionablefor and adolescents) (notably school' children) essential for effective study.A with a third score after Inter leaders' final storing thrust in Tampa Catholic IS High School
host of psychological investigations mission. Father Lopez I
the closing period Adm. Farragut
have the false impression
have shown that in nfU.\ J}() The assembly
Bailioad Man, The after the study session is completed Lanahan totaled 72 yards Clearwater Cent Calh J D for education 1iI'ffkUS held
of cases, Catholic llmh
the vast majority
Cont. films) adequatety Tampa( High School
Ital. have
( that they and
for the evening, JJ Moor
at Bishop
students of all Igt'lI ho were running School remained In contention Florida Air Academy as planned
Claw CCondemned learned the material; not doing as well as they Ed Woods made the final tallyon in the Bay Coast Conference I).\\'JOS.8'(1I.alll.: on Thursday November 11.

testing deny will this\ definitely impression confirmor should in school were under the board when he the recovered Bulldogs .- with a 13: to 41 win over" er l-oper students have beencollecting Bishop Kenny Besides the address 1 by>> Dr.
fumble by
( ) a .
achieving primarily becauseof Admiral Farragut Academy.The "dollars for schol
Louis C. Murray, there wereal
It has been scientificallyproven and raced 30 yards to
a personal problem or ofa leader it ars" to help send deservingstudents
Love in 4 Dimensions that the most effective score.lo High SchoolJ t short talks by Father
ObjectionMth the exception way the material ensuring studied is to ment. In Orlando, Bishop Moore with a 40 record, while a project carried on early 1'KM ) VlLIE: One of member, and Susanne Houfl,
this School cloned its gridiron Coach Tom Murray's Crusaders in the Halifax area the most active organisations
of Its first segment, overlearn it. Overlearnmg is Scholastic success like study High a member of the school's
film Is chiefly concernedSllh season with their homecoming are 34 in the conference at Bishop Kenny High School Honor Society
an educational and psychological skills, Is not a separate enIlly So far Father lopes Iliih
lust, and Its treatment game against Boone The two diocesan rivals will II the Handmaids of the Blessed
term which means thata divorced from one's per- School students base received
habitually panders to pruri person learn something beyond sonalltyt rather It Is a function High. meet in Clearwater November II scholarships Sacrament The Glee Club presented! amusical

ant Interest the usual level of one of the total personality. (ouch Hart I Id Nelson's \ 19, at 3 p,m. Last! week the Girls' Athletic \s a project) the girls are sembl. reports program Don at Clossey.Homtcominf the as-,

perfect mastery. In other Consequently a person be Hornet fought the :.Metreonference The Tampans homecoming Association played Mainland hue" collecting canned lards i festivities

Daytona Beach words, the person studies thematerial he adult or school child, who (' champs all the victory was engineered by a Junior High in volleyball I* fill Thanksgiving baskets began on Wednesday No\em

far more than would. has personal problems should way before losing 2X-I4. second period march at 82 The score toss 171) In The Handmaids will supply bet 10, with a parade. The
he necessary to repeat it perfectly first to resolve these duff yards In 14 plays, with Gary favor of Mainland, Saturday
try this
The winner's safe margin a ham to each basket as theircontribution. class of 1966.! seniors
once. cultic direct means ot Taylor, Larry St. Amant and however, they woo 31 :7
Furniture Books as a the game i last play Five baskets in year, captured the award for
Grtttmq Cords This procedure takes! more Improving hm study skills IB came Dave on Iscnberg ran 19 yards dreg Wonders putting e. the against Sanford. aU will be filled decoratedand the best float for the third
tune, of course, but it is the this connection guidance coinodors scoring,, pressure Francis Nolan held the first
LLOYD COX fur the Movie touchdown Jn distributed by the girls consecutive )ear
most effective method thus in schools or In community In meeting of the school newspaper to famdiet ,'n additional acUity boostedeven
with School was
the let'ond'quartl'r. a The same trio repeated( spirit
far deuced to relemIron
Office ensure well
Supplies al
agencies as staff The
Repeated reviews of the pass from Dennis. Durkin to the last quarter' /after the Blue for the coming holiday mort at the bonfire the
CL 2-3473 teachers, patents, and friend Pelican" is published four will be Thanksgiving Day Cheers and
material and similar follow- Paul Taylor scoring la the Jackets had tied the score. a fllowlnl"fllnl..
III North Beach Strut up devices romprise the coin- are all of invaluable assist final period. Garry Taylor accounted fora times a year by the juniors additions party at Ml Saints Home for pep songs preceded the Intro
ance. game total of 154 yards by Among the proposed the aged duction of this year's homecoming
Perhaps a very fruitful way Meeting In St Augustine, completing 10 of his 11 pass to the Pelican" are a Under the direction of Sts- court.Students .
-.no. to begin to learn how to study Father Lopez High School attempts to guide the Tampa calendar of events, a student ter Maria Goretti S S J. the enjoyed' the danceon

more effectively Is to carefully from Daytona Beach took thenleaSUI" 'team to their sixth victory editorial and i column. The club has several other worthwhile :November 13 with school
study this five-part series of St Joseph Acade staff plans to have the first \ projects In mind The spirit only ulifhtly dampened

Clflt of articles on Improving study my 206, The Flashes under At Clearwater I Coach editions out 'for Thanksgiving new officers, Diana :Noble, b> the Ions of the homecominggame
skills And don't forget to Coach Fd: Dro/d put the homecoming Armand Sahourin't Marauders president and Pam llmkle\ b\ the HornetsDaytona ,
make! your follow.up!! crowd In a good mood generated touchdowns in Sister Rernardita met with Carole Menntnger and Karen

MART by scoring first on Bob \\t'eb'l all but the opening quarter, the seniors to discuss/ the !Shaw are determined to make

Ktrtittn-Gulntan WOODS short plunge.Then yet fell to the air power of ordering of senior call cards the froup an asset to the BeachPRINTING !

la/tae." .....HI.-t puu tat the drern; Wanes lurk Honda\ Air Academy, 3.1-:10.: and invitations, school and community
Wundt Were
DESIGNED LANDSCAPES Fuel Oil Company (fit.D.tl the air with passes" from \ pass from quarterback Junior Wtlltr girls bad a Planned activities art sloefocused

184 North hooch St. II Wilt IlIMM |l..M IlKl 251-1522 Larry Ralewskl It Stuart John Kim to Don Wright registered bake sale lat Mondsy It help on the new liturgy

Phone 2SS.547 4778304 For Instant Hut lagan git Ing (iiath Hud the Msraudert' first raise 'funds for a Thsnksglvln The Handmaids have bulletins decidedto of Eels., hex and OU,.tCtw
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lead 'Hi tackle, Dennis Keel, gelling Bette ('Mode, prefect of the Masses each jI. '
errs. tM*
Floyd J. Trtdwty's Welcome TravelersFurniture the second TO en a Falcon the Senior Sodilllv also !began One nestles! will\ fund.Informatloe I. Cl 2-4214 tat Mapota
Daytona Moving & Storage Co. 3 The combination same. Lopes resumed High pass-for punt blocked by guard Mike collecting canned goods and concerning that I
l-unkhouner. ether f..ddurfl in put I. t their fad I
Mats, the
LINES Porch and Patio Sptcitlt particular
Agents ALLIED VAN INC. a third quarter touchdown
Rttttn. Wrought Iron Thanksgiving .kf't. day being celebrated, sad the I
DAYTONA DE lAND with the Dahmans' final lUrkilson raced yards
110 So. CmpbellCL1636 560 St. Bl.d-RE 4-SS87 AluminumHiqKwty period tally registered on a for the lOll'"" "a lad tally, after This week Father Lope' meaning 01 the prl.ra. A.
; I-Ormond I Beach :20! >aid toss from Greg La- Florida meanwhile had tossed High School was awarded a ether part will be denoted It
Cuur to David Janeciko, four touchdown passes! to t-atin trophy from the .Ausl1 small details .( the 'M( *.s I.! R1IBa9gett I

Tony and Jerrie'sItalian A come from,behind contest pickup I the Falconi' eighth mm Latmum to, a promote national the or general for.f example tkt a.ward tvplanalkm Mclntolh1
iHIRTt...rase brought Melbourne Central win etude of Latin This 11th. ".\me.... Inc.

t: Cuisine Catholic High School! anotherlctory Playing In Lakeland Jesuit third year in succession that plan U Funtrtl D rectors
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',..... The Florida Catholic Friday, November 19, 1960

I Decree concerning the pastoral office of Bishops in the Church I

FOLLOWING Is tin English trim- the Church ('7)). They should especially be recognize the rights which legitimately and guardians of the entire liturgical life eat day with regard not only for man's should'toe given the variety In composition \

text of the Second concerned about those parts of the world belong to patriarchs or other hierarchical la the. church committed to them ((1)), spiritual and moral circumstances but of the people of God, for this can

Vatican Council' Decree Concerning where the word of God has not yet been authorities < 1)). also for hh social, demographic, and eco contribute greatly to a more effective

the Pastoral Office of Bishop in the proclaimed or where the faithful, particularly Bishops should dedicate themselves to They should, therefore constantly nomtc conditions, Religious and social research exercise of the pastoral office. At the
exert themselves to have the faithful l
of the small number of their apostolic office as witness of Christ through offices of pastoral sociology same time the natural population unity

Church, proclaimed by Pope Paul VI Priests, are in danger of departing from before all men. They should not only know and live the paschal mystery more contributes much to the effica of people, together with the civil /juris

on October 28, 1965. the precepts of the Christian life, and look after those who already follow the deeply through the Eucharist and thus emu and fruitful attainment of that goal diction and social institutions that compose .

even of losing the Faith itself. Prince of Pastors but should also wholeheartedly become a firmly knIt body In the and it Is highly recommended their organic structure should beIIrHl'rved
Preface unity of the charity of Christ ((9)). "In
Let Bishops, therefore, make devote themselves to those who as far as possible as units.
every tent and the of theword"
have strayed in from the pathof upon prayer ministry II. Special concern should be shown for For this the
effort to hate the faithful actively any way reason, obviously, territoryof
1. Christ the Lord Son support (Acts, I, 4)), they should devote those the faithful who
of the living God and promote works et etangellia- truth or are Ignorant of the Gospel of among on accountof each diocese should be continuous.
came that He might save Hit people tins and the apostotate. Christ and Ills saving mercy until final. their ]labor to this end that all those committed their way" of life, cannot sufficiently Attention! should also be given if Dec
from their tint II) and that to their care may be of one mind make use of the common and ordinary
all men ly all men walk "In all goodness and enary, to civil boundaries and the special .
might be sanctified Just as He Himselfwas Let them strive moreover, to see to it justice and truth" Eph.. S, 9)). in prayer ((10)) and through the receptionof pastoral care of parish Priests or are characteristics of region and peoples

sent by the Father, so Ht also sent that suitable sacred ministers as well as tile sacraments may grow in grace quite cut off from It. Among<< this group such is their psychological, economic

His Apostles ((2)). Therefore, He sanctified auxiliaries, both religious and lay, be 12. In exercising their duty of teaching and be faithful witnesses to the Lord are the majority of migrants, exiles and geographic and historical back.

them, conferring on them the Holy prepared for the missions and other which is (conspicuous among the principal Aa those who lead others to perfection, refugees: seafarers travelers, gyp grounds

Spirit, so that they also might glorify areas suffering from a lack of clergy. duties of Bishops (I)-they should Bishops should be diligent in fostering ales, and others of this kind. Suitable pastoral 2.) The extent of the diocese and the

the Father upon earth and save men They should also see to it, as much as announce the Gospel of Christ to men, holiness among their clerics' religious, methods should also be promotedto number of its inhabitants should generally .

"'to the building up of the body of Christ" possible, that some of their own Priestsgo calling them to faith in the power of the and laity according to the special vocation sustain the spiritual life of those who be such that, on the one hand, the

([ph. 4, 12)), which is the Church. to the abovementioned missions or Spirit or confirming them in a living of each ((11)I, They should also be go to other lands for a time for the sake Bishop himself-even though assisted by

dioceses to exercise the sacred ministry faith. mindful of their obligation to give an example of( recreation<< others-can officiate at pontifical functions .
2. In this
Church of Christ the Roman there either permanently or for a set of holiness In charity, humility Fpiscopal: (conferences especially national make pastoral visitations, faithfully .
pontiff, as the successor of Peter, to They should expound the whole -
period of time. mystery and simplicity of life. Let them so hallowthe ones, should pay special attentionto direct and coordinate all the worksof
whom Christ entrusted the feeding of Ills of Oirlut to them these
Bishops should also be mindful, In administering aamrly, churches: entrusted to them that the the very pressing problems concernIng the apoMolate In the diocese and know
sheep and lambs, enjoys supreme, full, truths the Ignorance of whkh. Is Ignorance
Church of Christ
feeling of the universal
immediate ecclesiastical property, of the above mentioned the of, and souls universal authority over the needs not only of their own dioceses of Christ At the same reveal may shine forth fully in them. For that voluntary agreement!: and united efforts, Religious and lay people who are engaged
care by divine institution. should point out the divinely
but also of the other particular churches, reason they should foster priestly and they should look to and promote their in diocesan projects On the other
Therefore, as pastor of all the faithful to to God and to
way give glory thereby religious vocations much as possible, .
for also of suitable m..lh.ods
I he they are a part of the one spiritual care by means hand an adequate and suitable area
good is of sent the universal to provide Church for the and common for the Church of Christ Finally, they should attain to eternal happiness (II.) and should take a special interest In missionary and Institutions. They should also should! be provided ao the Bishop and

good of the individual churches. Hence, direct their attention, according to their They should show, moreover that vocations" tear in mind the special rules either already clergy, mindful also of the needs of the

he holds a primacy of ordinary means, to the relief of disasters by which earthly goods and human institutions according U. Ia exercising their office of father and laid down or to be laid down by the universal Church, can usefully devote all

all the churches powerover other dioceses and regions are affected to the plan of God the Creatorare pastor, Bishops should stand in the midst Apostolic See :tSl) which can be wisely their energies to the ministry

also for man'a salvation and adapted to the circumstances of time, )), Finally In order that tho ministry
The Bishops themselves, however, 7 Let them especially embrace In disposed of their people as those who serve ((12)), ,
therefore can contribute much to the place, and persons" of salvation be more effectively carriedout
having been appointed by the Holy brotherly affection those Bishops who, Let them be good shepherds who know
Spirit, are of the building up of the body of Christ. their sheep and whose sheep know them, In each diocese, It should be considered
successors Apostles as for the sake of Christ are plagued with II In discharging their apostolic office

pastors of souls <131.> Together with the slander and Indigence, detained in prisons Therefore they should teach, according Let them be true fathers who el.lln the which concerns the salvation of souls, a general rule that each dlotesehave

supreme pontiff and under his authority or held back from their ministry. to the doctrine of the Church, the spirit of love and solicitude for all\ and tit Bishops per se enjoy full and perfect free clergy, In number and qualifications

they are sent to continue throughout the They should take an active brotherly in great value of these things: the human whoso divinely conferred authority all dum and Indl'llt'ndl'ne.from any civil authority at leant sufficient, for the proper

ages the work of Christ, the eternal pastor terest In them so that their sufferingsmay person with his freedom and bodily life, gratefully submit themselves let them hence<<; the exercise of their eccleslastlcal care of the people of God; also, there

((4)). be assuaged and alleviated throughthe the family and Its unity and stability, the M gather and mold the whole family of office may not be hindered, should be no lark of the offices\ InsUtutions -

and education of children their flock that conscious of his and organizations which are properto
prayers and good works of their con everyone directly or Indirectly: nor may they be
Christ gate the Apostles aid tkelr sueeessers freres.II. civil\ society with Its laws and professions own duties, may live and work in the forbidden to communicate freely with the the particular Church and which experience

the command and the power U labor and leisure, the arts and communion of love Apostolic See or ecclesiastical authorities has shown necessary for its
leach all Batons. to hilUw la the efficient government and apostolate
m'l end the technical Inventions, poverty and affluence. ;
Bishops Apostolic. In order effectively to accomplish or their subjects.
truth, ..ellt feed them. finally, resources for the support of personnel
Finally they should set forth the
See these things, Bishops. "ready for every Assuredly while sacred pastors devote and Institutions ihould be at handor

Bishops, therefore have been made waS by which are to be answered the good: work" (12 Tim. 2, 21)) and "enduringall << themselves to the spiritual, care of their at least prudently foreseen. In .

true and authentic teachers of the faith, I. (fat To Bishops, as successors of the most serious questions concerning the things fur the sake of the chosen flock, they also In fact have regard for pros.pact.

pontiffs, and pastors through the Holy Apostles la the dioceses entrusted to ownership, Increase, and just distribution ones" (13 Tim. 2,10)), should arrange their their social and civil progress and prosprrlty For this lime purpose, where there

Spirit, who has been given to them (Ii.). them, there belongs per se aU the ordinary of m.ll'rlaloodl, peace and war, life In such a way as to accommodate It According to the nature of their are faithful of a different rite, the dloo

proper, and Immediate authority and brotherly relations among ell countries to the needs of our times. office and as behooves Bishops, they collaborate .
puss Bishop should] provide for their
3. Bishops, sharing In the solicitude for ((41.
which is for the
all the churches, exercise this episcopal required eiercise of Bishops should always embrace Priests actively with" public: authoritiesfor spiritual nerds either through Priests or
their pastoral office. But this never In with a 111.110\1 since the latter to the this and advocate obedience"
office of theirs which they have received 13. The Bishops should present Christian purpose parishes of that rite or through an

through episcopal consecration any ..infringes upon the power which doctrine In a manner adapted to the best of their ability assume the Bishops' to just laws ,and reverence for legitimately episcopal vicar endowed with the necessary

(C'I, in communion with and tinder the the Roman pontiff has, by virtue of his seeds of the times, that Is to say, In amanner anxieties and carry thrm on day by day constituted authorities faculties Wherever It U fitting, the
office of
to himself
reserving canes or so zealously They should regard the
that will respond to the difficulties lid named should also have episcopalrank.
authority of the supreme pontiff As far to other 20 Since the apootolic office of Bishops
some authority, and be
Priests as sons and friends ((13))
a< their teaching authority and pastoral and questions by which people areespecially was Instituted by Christ the lord ..ndpllrau..1 Otherwise the Ordinary himself
fbl) The general law of the Church ready to listen to them Through their
government are (concerned all are united burdened and troubled. Theyshould a spiritual and supernatural purpose may perform" the office of an Ordinaryof
grants the faculty to each diocesan Bishop also that doctrine trusting familiarity with their Priests different rites. If for certain reasons,
in a college or body with respect to guard teachingthe this Sacred. Ecumenical: Synod declares
to dispense, la a particular case, the they should strive to promote the whole" .
the universal Church of Cod. faithful to defend and propagate it that the right of nominating and these prescriptions are not applicable In
faithful/ over whom they legally eiercise pastoral work, of the entire dlor,.. .
They exercise this office Individually la propounding this doctrine they should appointing Bishops belong properly, peculiarly the judgment of the Apostolic See, thena

la reference to the portions of the Lord's authority as often as they Judge (bat it manifest the maternal solicitude of the They should be solicitous for the spirit and per se exclusively to the proper" hierarchy for the different rites

flock assigned to them, each one taking contributes to their spiritual welfare, excel Church toward all men whether they be usl, Intellectual and material welfare of competent( ecrlrslaitical authority, 1. to be established (Ill.)

care of the particular church committedto ),* in those cases which have been believers or not. With a special affection tilt Itleits so that the latter can live holy Also, where similar situations eslst,

him, or IOmUmulOm. of them Jointly especially relined by the supreme authority they should attend upon the poor and the and pious lives and fulfill their ministry Therefore the freedom, fur the of purpose the Church of duly and protecting of provision should\ be made for the faithful

providing for certain common needs rf the Church lower classes to whom the lord sent faithfully and fruitfully. Therefore, they and efficiently of different language groups, either

.f various churches. t. In eierclslng supreme, full and Immediate them to preach the Gospel. should encourage institutes and hold promoting the more welfare conveniently of the faithful, this through I'rteits or parishes of the lame

This sacred synod therefore, attentiveto power In the universal Church, Since It Is the minion of the Chunh special meetings In which Priests might holy council desires that In future no language, or through in episcopal vicar
gather from time to time both for the well versed In the language and if
the conditions of human association the Roman pontiff makes use of the departments to convene with the human society In more rights or privileges of election,
of longer exercises and the renewal need be having the episcopal dlgnlt.>
which have brought about a new orderof of the Homan Curia whkh. which It lives 1)1), it ls especially the nomination, presentation, or designationfor
of their spiritual life and for the or at least In some other more appropriate
things in our time <7), Intends to determine therefore, perform their duties In his duty of Bishops to seek out men and the office of Bishop be granted to civil

more eiactly the pastoral officeof name and w ith his authority for the goodof both request and promote dialogue with acquisition of deeper" subjects" especially the authorities. The civil authorities, on the sly
sacred more
Bishops and therefore, has decreedthe the churches and In the service of the them. These conversations on salvation Scripture theology and the other hand, whose favorable attitude to 2In order lo bring about the changes:

things that follow. sacred pastors ought to be noted for clarity of speech Important social questions, newmethods ward the Church Die. Maed. synod gratefully and alterations of dioceses as set forthIn

The fathers of this sacred council,, how. as well as humility and mildness In order of pastoral activity acknowledges! and highly/ appreciates numbers 22 :23-.and leaving untouchedthe
Chapter One ever, desire that these departmentswbith that at all trues truth may be joined to With Priests active who mercy Involved Bishop In danger pursue are moat klmtly retnirttnl value' discipline of the Oriental Churches -
have furnished distinguished assistance charily and understanding with' love any tartly to renounce the abiiyi mentioned III. d4 lrsbl. that the competent epistfr

The Relationship of to the Roman pontiff and the Likewise !they should be noted for due or who have failed In certain resprrts rights and privileges whlcit. they preient. pal conferences examine these matters

pastors of the Church- reorganized prudence" joined with trust whkh fosters ly enjoy by reason of a treaty or custom, each for Its ri|>olive territory. If deem
I 1ft order to l h. able to look more closely
Bishops to the and better adapted to the needs of the friendship and thus Is capable of bringing faithful to after diicusilng the matter with the ed opportune, they may employ a special
to the welfare of the according
and about union of minds if I commission for this
timer regions, rites especially as Apostolic See episcopal pur-
the condition of each one. liuhops should
Universal ChurchI. regards their number, name, competence They should also strive to make use of pone, but always talt.lnllnlo account the
strive lo become duly acquainted with ) office of Blihopsla
and method (for 21. Since the pastoral of the of the
peculiar of procedure. the various media at hand nowadays opinions Bishops provinces
I. The Role of the Bishops in as well at the coordination of work proclaiming. Christian doctrine, namely their needs In the social rlrrumitancesHi so Important and weighty, diocesanHiihnpn or regions concerned Finally, they are
which they live Therefore they oughtto In 1.II
among them III The fathers also' desire first of all preaching and catethetlcalinitructioo and others regarded to proine their. recommendations and
the Univtrial Church employ suitable method, eipeOally who have become" ten
that, In view of the very nature of the : htch always hold the first their equals, capable desiree to the Apostolic See.
aortal research They should manifest of fulfilling, their duties properly
4 By virtue of sacramental consecration pastoral office proper to the Bishops the place, then the presentation' of this doctrine
their and hierarchical communion with the office of legates of the Roman ontiff be ia schools, ademles, conferences, III. Assh ants In the Pastoral
whit their condition or nationality,
age, some other serious seas n, are far
head and members of the Buh- more precisely determined and meetings of every kind and finally
college Office of the Diocesan
be they natives, strangers, or foreigners. neitly requested to offer their reilgna-
bps are constituted as members of the 10. Furthermore, since these departments Its dissemination through public statements la eierrlslng this pastoral rare they lion from office either at their own Initiative Bishop

episcopal body i'U. "The order of Bishops established the at times of outstanding events as should 1 for their faithful the ItatW of the
are for good of the << preserve or upon the; IrA C'Mno1W'1..lIt
\is the successor to the college of the universal Church It Is desirable that well as by the press and various other share proper to them In Church affairs, authority" Ifs| th* competent authority I r. Coadjutor end
media of communication by all
apostles in teething and pastoral direc their members, officials, and consukors they should alto respect their duty and should artept the resignation, IIwill
lion, or rather, ia the episcopal order. means ought to be used in proclaiming of collaborating In the suitable Au.i .ry Bishops
as well as legates of the Roman. pontiff right actively make provlikm b th for the
the GosH of Christ .71.>
the apostolic body continues without a be more widely takes from>> various regions building up of the mystical body of Mippnrt of those who have resigned" and 23 The pastoral office of Bishops should

break. Together with its head, the Roman of the Church Imnfir as It Is po- 14 Blihops should take pains. that rate Christ for penal rights to be accorded them, be so commuted for the governing efdioci
and without this headIt
pontiff Deter 'lbI..11 such a way the offices and ie- rnettral tftsirwtioawhuh Is intended The skvuld oVal kvlnil wild the .i that the gad of the Lord's flock
esisU the subject of ,
the universal supreme.plenary trot organ of the Cathot Chunk will to make the Faith, ai )Utumjted by lea< h sealed" brethren, arglng the fillh/yl sin.I. II. Diocesan Boundaries Is always the supreme consideration.
power exhibit a truly ualv ersal I characterIt lag, a vital esplirH and effective (forte tended. themselves with great U cI1f.1 Rightly to achieve<< this goal, auxiliary
be tho
Church. But this power csnnot ew 22 For a duxeie to fulfill III purpose
is also desired that some Bihof in the lives of men -- be grown with lid Bishops will frequently be appointed bo-
sad. eknrtly to their regard
died eicept with the lrttm.1I1 of the nature of the Church must be clearly
dxtcessa be
too-eipecuUy Rishopa-will sedulous care to both children and sVlescents > foslerlac ecimenlim. ai H I I. underiloodbf cause the diocesan Bishop cannot personally '
Roman pontiff ((21 evident to the people of Uod who ron
chosen as members of the department I. this all his duties
youths and adults mstrvrUon fulfill episcopal as
tHurrb ,
(be tltI)
( ititute that dlOC." .*. To this end also
nil power, ".".r, "11 etmUed I.a la lot they sow be able to report more fully a suitable arrangement shouldbe the good of souls demands either because

selema manner .to sn ectiwenlrsl tees I. the supreme pontiff the thinking, the observed as well as a method suitedto They should alto Late a plane In their Bishops must be able to carry out their. of the vast intent of the diocese er

churchesFinally. the tnarorter ability age and clrrumstanres then too there mar shine the charity. 9f( people Finally the welfare Of the po* .. of the special nature of the apostnUt -

Therefore, this sacred synod decree the talkers of the council of the life of the students, Kma) Christ J...,., to whom the BMtinps atwltoestes pie of God must be nerved si prtfscfty .' er other reaton of a deferent

that Bishops who are members of tM UMAk it would be most advantageous If I ii. they should see to it that tMs 11.1 rut before all men. pMSlbi nature fometjm" la fact a particular

episcopal college tare the right to be these same departments would haler Sloe Is bated on sacred Scripture, trade) All this demands, then a proper de- neat requires. that a coadjutor Bishop be

present It.. ecumenical council more atteem ely to laymen wh. are outstanding tine the !ttturgy, maglitertum) and We It Various forms of the epootolatf shouldbe (termination of the boundaries of duos .... appointed to suet the dxveian, Bishop

The eierdie ef this collegiate powerhi for their virtue. knowledge, avidetrerewre of the Ourrli encouraged, and In the whole' 4mre. and a dxfrlbutiofl of clergy' and re. Coadjutor, and auillttry Bishops/ should!
union with the Pope is possible although or In any portmtar areas of II the CM* suunes that I 11 reasonable and In keep .
la stn a way they win hate Mereenet they ihnuM take rare that be granted th,*a faculties neresiarv for
the Bishop are stationed all over *. appropriate share to Chunk Hart eateeluda be property trained for their dlnstlno. and rto.. cwirwtKwi, of at gyms lag with the needs of the .pcH.t" f>f>4erM( their "fH'1IMr, effective. and
(die works should be lettered. under tb*
the world : that the bead of 1M
provided hlat re so that they will be' thoroughly dirertimi of the fliobwp. Thus alt cadet All t.,.. things oil) benefit o.4 Mily' safeguarding the dignity proper U Blhop -
them call t. collegiate Two
college action, or.give at lest, gives a the uwfied ac Chapter nopsinled, with the dortrifio of the laknH. and. orfanuatnw be they rate, the rlergy' and trlKUo s...pl.- totclted, *.

lion of the dispersed Buhoe* swh appreeal. > flH rk! sod win !hate bath a theorems!
such uwtoeeuauted acres- Bishops and their and a ptwtl knowledge of the lama Of eduratMmal, or anything elMpurwioc rmwiwUrk. there, e.npli.hed" without detriment lo IheunHy
or Can "'.111' dMeia*
pays sod of pedaHCicaj mtOiwitIhonot should be d> .f tko II.! ... .. odmtoUlratke sail.
a m *
a pMoral
ante tat It become truly ""'p.IC' particular churchesor .., Ustiacted st..id. .s.c'r.e* that to
Urn ((4))," should cue. st/ite to renew or reeled<< toward harmooww a alert TbuiOt the intent impaired by tile gwxi ., waste. the' *ilk rUy .f the' .dloretaa. Bishop.

diocesesI. at cad! sdapt M a better way the mstrurtwo the Same"" time' the unit of the due t 4wHl of diMt. biwn4.rieabe
I 8,.....,* chasm from varmw* ports of of adult eatothumeos.II dan t* made more evidentTW a frftiog revwwa Furthermore, coadjutor" and lulu'"ary
undertake awl as sum If
prudently Rhop sere they are called lo share
the world M end maoaers e tabfeted '
or to be wajs ettablisfcH by the R*... I. Diocesan Bishops .. ...,. ._, their effuse of ssftHif fakkfcl slM. .ld ke esrneilly urged pnwbie. This sir tie dune by dj"iArtftg .., pert of the\' burden of the. dmreian, B Jvop

pnntff. reader mere eflertne atsMaareto tog. Wohaf* Mould. be miadful that U elute > .. ....... the), des iy ef tarry Mg n Ik ............ or uniting lh..*. or b> so should. esercl their ofli:o t at
II A diocese Is a pnrtOT of the |..*pie tIt ... bas state toW t".CiII' their Umodar. or by de
the *f the Chewrt M bees takes from among me* os .t.lt, each acccrdiig to they may proieed lo all matters) ui
aojreme pastor W CM a.lit .la etms4e4 to a IMtiwp tol tdrn... torn*** a bettor place for the eeco-
a deftberatne .body .hit III wiO be retVd appointed their repre nUbte before cad ablHt They "'fle) minded agreement with him. II;
by tie naire of synod of Bhop Utftt by horn with the coops God M order to offer gifts and lenifxeifor lhed. to a rUrliU to sd. glte' aid. to Ikesrlu pal! **. w Irony 'fIIH..lI to the taw addition. (My should always" sinus re
proper boa of tU presbytery Thus by adhering .f Ike of OV *MI k'.nt| Uri,r sties, by pr.
tar SMCO R iafl be actskg hi the sins futtapt espy the fwloeis of tkosacrsMont make W the" apd.bte vest sad reverence for the dix J:n
to M* p..... and gathered together bj ./ddg au. 'IIII' a n.. Mi.aal org.*.
Mme ef tho ..... C.fIM e"ieoie>.. of orders and both pretbyUr laity. *tstUO; dhclk Mite.. Kitnwp ed 111ft turn. should r and Kucha
bun. the the
shew ttaf altte through Gospel and dev**< are dependent upon them U. 'tahl0c' 'ralnnall.u for co..dietor and iI',
tt w. at tte it** rose M the IMy Sowit it constitutes a Those stow latwdt .h..uid else be gee .
the mm of their authority lor tee ..... sad hold. them In ettX "r"
Btftbep fe erarrliical cnassnusiiMpartake B ,lo reviitog .. lid boud<.PI.* first .
SMrtjntlar ihwtb M whu. IU OM, .*.,. meted and supported who h either direr
of led .....11II4. for tt. uwtefill. peebyt.rare the prudeot fellow wort.eel s4 > meet U ottordwf. *** uftrty
at -
Lath*l.c sad apostolic Ottrtfc of Ckrut |" or Indwottty pur*** a Mferaatof To the extent that the good of
u1 ChIH ). U truly. pretnt and epentne.I.deudisal U the episcopal I order lad art of Iheovsehes the )ttu.., that M either tM ataiawg of a of each d***.., witt duo regard to the demands, the diocesan Bishop shou! 4 r-t

I As kgttaiate aisoceaaors of the .4p0es ''' ( hllofttie hate\ bees etrwxH consecrated as true Priests "*. mote perfect life tM opr.a4s g of the (wrsooMl... the asYiies aNt ia.Mu. .*MH. herta'e to ask the competent .1 i/'r ', '
New Tettuneat deacons are
and members of the epserepal rd.kge. with the rare of a particvTarrlMrrb as and tfc* Gospel! ef Can to all mo and ... paw kcfs. hew as it were a "burg body .laisrfliuniil for OM or more anxiilariee who> w t)
deaed for W ministry serve
....a6. U. W .. of dnrtriM nr the prrea cases aJ rsecwMtame* without, thenght
thwid realise that they r aXhonty u* apreme the nwlMg OnrMiaa appnMfed for the diocese J
PtaJton eI Cod *to commonHM with
rp'e .
rfkMM to carefully d the
are brnod together and *h .w ..a..stranren pontiff feed their sheep ki the sad has .. ot.wtr worship or the swiusag of itMwesetnnIf .
Bishop presbytery
a for all the rhwrhei rer. .by .."'. of the lard as their .*.. er4iar .of tonsl aM orth perfwiujmi of reeks enteru wktrft tottow rhwsM be kept there' to aw pro*mn"i fix .it lit: the>

*... nM ejM and *. rtfe ft th* and Immediate pastors, perfonnJrig fir Thereto HHUt4. are the prtorlaol 1 of piety and etuitvTh Ie Ms dI letter of iwmiftaliMi the dmte,en t )

I as**** office .*.11 eee together w** these IM offre of lurll"'. saartfyu,, d.iaeoteri ef the. .,sien of (.-4. a* barns of 'he aodMale. should till I > In determining a itl. coco kximftlj.

I aj ttt other Bishops is reipwmMe let and geseraag >e>erthc) is, they should oeB as belag the gesero.eo, prowours. proti.rly I Malted t., me) aeedi nthe pets. as >far ai prmihloinmleTali'm Iip.lltt.C;, sent pages

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I The Florida Catholic, Friday, November 19,1965 untarily or upon the Invitation of the eommtmftfej teat between! them and the mankind, especially through he forms Therefore dioceses which are BOW Meet

Bishop The Bishop should provide suitable diocesan clergy and methods of the apostolate fittingly \ly subject to the Apostolic See and whichare

Delations! contribute an exceedingly support for those who have re adapted to the circumstances of the age. not united to any other are either to
There should also be a very close coordination
valuable assistance signed. 2.1) Members of the episcopal conference be brought together to form a new ecclesiastical .
of apostolic\ works and activities
if that be
all local Ordinaries of province possible,
DecreeContinued Those Priests also who are engagedin !: / 12 Finally, the same concern for souls which especially depend upon a are vicar every or else attached to that province whichis
rite excluding cen.rals-.nd coadjutors
supra.diocesan works are commendedto should be the basis for determining or supernatural attitude of hearts and convenient.
auxiliaries and other titular nearer or more They art
the special consideration of the Bish. reconsidering the erection or suppression minds rooted in and founded upon Bishops ,who perform a special work entrusted to be made subject to the metropolitan

op in whose diocese they reside, for they of parishes and any other changesof charity jurisdiction of the Archbishop in keepIng
to them by the Apostolic See or
( from page seven) works of the this kind which the Bishop is .
apostolate empowered
perform The Apostolic See is competent to the episcopal conferences Other titular with the norms of the common l law
to undertake on his own authority
U to appoint his auxiliary or auxiliariesas supervise this coordination for the universal Bishops, legates of the Roman pontiff, 3.1> Wherever advantageous, ecclesiastical

vicar generals or at least as episcopal 30. Pastors however, are cooperators of 4. Religious Church; sacred pastors are competent because of their exceptional office in the provinces should be grouped into

vicars. They shall be dependent upon his the Bishop in a very Ippt'al8Y.! for as in their own respective dioceses: territory are not de lure members of ecclesiastical regions for the structure of

authority only and he may wish to con- pastors in their own name they are entrusted 31, (IIn all that follows with Religious are and patriarchal synods and episcopal the conference. Local Ordinaries and coadjutors which juridical provision is to be made.

suit them in examining questions of major with the care of souls in a certain included also the members of other institutes conferences in their own territory. hold a deliberative vote Auxiliaries
41 It is fitting that the episcopal
Importance, especially of a pastoral part of the diocese under the Bishop's who profess the evangelical For those works of the apostolate and other Bishops who have a rightto conferences examine competent the of

nature authority. counsels) All Religious have the duty, which Religious are to undertake, Bishops attend the conference will hold eithera boundaries of such question and the

Unless competent authority has other. 1. In exercising this care of souls, each according to his proper vocation, or episcopal conferences, religious deliberative or a consultative vote, as establishment of regions provinces in keeping with

'wise\ determined, the powers and facul pastors and their assistants should so fulfill of cooperating zealously and diligentlyin superiors or conferences of major religious the statutes of the conference determine the norms given with respect to diocesan

ties which auxiliary Bishops he by their duty of teaching, sanctifyingand building up and increasing the whole superiors should take action only 3.) Each episcopal conference is to boundaries in numbers 23-24 They
law do not cease when the office of the governing that the faithful and the Mystical Body of Christ and for the goodof after mutual consultations. draft its own statutes for recognition by then to submit their suggestions and desires -

diocesan Bishop comes to an end. It is parish communities will truly realize the particular churches CJ I In order to foster harmonious and the Apostolic See. In these statutes, to the Apostolic See

also desirable that when the See is vacant that they are members both of the diocese It is their first duty te foster these objectives fruitful mutual relations between Bishops among other things, offices should be

the office of ruling the diocese- and of the universal Church For by prayer, works of penance and and Religious, at stated times and established which will aid in achieving III. Bishops Having an

unless some serious reasons persuade this reason, they should collaborate with the example of their own life for which as often as it is deemed opportune, Bishops its purpose more efficaciously, for example Inter-Diocesan Office
otherwise should be committed to the other pastors and Priests who exercise board of
this sacred synod strongly urges them to and Religious superiors should meetto a permanent Bishops,
auxiliary Bishop or, when there are a pastoral office In the area (such as Increase their esteem and zeal. discuss those affairs which pertain to episcopal commissions and a general 42 Since pastoral needs require mort

more than one, to one of the auxiliaries.. vicars forane and deans). as well as the apostolate in their territory. secretariate and more that some pastoral undertakings

A coadjutor Bishop, appointed with the with those engaged( ( in works of a supra With due consideration for the character 41 Decisions of the episcopal confer be directed and carried forward as

right of succession, must always be parochial nature. In this way the pas. proper to each religious community Chapter ThreeConcerning ence provided they have been approved joint projects, it is fitting that certain offices .

named vicar general by the diocesan toral work in the diocese will be unified they should also enter more vigorouslyinto legitimately and by the votes of at least be created for the service of all or

Bishop In particular cases the competent and made more effective the external works of the apostolate BishopsCooperating two.thirds of the prelates who have a many dioceses of a determined region or

authority can grant him even more Moreover, the care of souls should always 34. Religious Priests are by consecra deliberative vote in the conference, and nation. These offices can be filled by
extensive faculties be Infused with a missionary spirit for the have been recognized by the Apostolic Bishops
tion assumed into
responsibilities of
that it reaches out as it should to I
In order to provide for the greatest so See are to have juridically binding force This
within the parish boundaries the presbyterate so as to become them sacred synod recommends that
possible present and future good of the everyone. If the living pastor cannot contact cer selves the prudent cooperators of the Common Good of only in those cases prescribed by the between the prelates or Bishops serving

diocese, the diocesan Bishop and his coadjutor tain of people he should seek the episcopal order Today they can be of Churches common law or determined by a special in these offices and the diocesan Bishops
groups Many
should not fail to consult with mandate of the Apostolic See, given
and the
assistance of others, even laymen who even greater help to Bishops in view of episcopal conferences, there
each other on matters of great importance can assist him in the apostolate the greater needs of souls Therefore, either spontaneously or in response to a exist always fraternal association and

To render the care of souls more efficacious they can be said in a real sense to belong I I. Synods, Councils and petition of the conference itself harmonious cooperation in the expression

community life for Priests to the clergy of the diocese inasmuch especially Episcopal 5.) Wherever special circumstances of pastoral concern

2. The Diocesan Curia and especially those attached to the same as they share in the care of souls require and with the approbation of the These relationships should also be I

Commissions parish is highly recommended This and in carrying out works of the apostolate Conferences Apostolic See, Bishops of many nations clearly defined by common law,
under the of the can establish a single conference.
way of living, while it encourages apostolic authority prelates 36. From the very first centuries of the I
41 Since because of the conditions
27, The most important office in the action, also affords an example of of individual Communications between episcopal unique
Church Bishops, as rulers
diocesan curia is that of vicar general conferences different shouldbe of their way of life, the spiritualcare
of nations
charity and unity to the faithful. Other members of Religious communities churches, were deeply moved by the of
However, as often as the proper government 2.) In the exercise of their teaching office both men and women, also belongin communion of fraternal charity and zeal especially encouraged in order to military personnel requires special I'

of the diocese requires it, one or it is the duty of pastors to preach a special way to the diocesan family for the universal mission entrusted to promote and safeguard the common consideration, there should be established

more episcopal vicars can be named by God's word to all the Christian people so and offer great assistance to the sacred the Apostles And so they pooled their good in every nation, if possible a
military vicariate. Both the
the Bishop. These automatically enjoy that, rooted in faith, hope and (charity hierarchy With the increasing demandsof abilities and their wills for the common 6,) It Is highly recommended that the vicar and the chaplains should military devote

the same authority which the common they will grow in Christ, and as a Chris the apostolate they can and should good and for the welfare of the individual prelates of the Oriental Churches, pro- themselves to this .
law grants the vicar general, but only tian community bear witness to that offer that assistance even more and churches Thus tame into being synods, moting the discipline of their own unsparingly

for a certain part of the diocese, or for charity which the Lord commended ((17)). more. provincial councils and plenary councils churches in synods and efficaciously fostering diocesan work in complete cooperation with the
Bishops ).
a determined type of transaction or for
works for the good of religion
It Is also the of to 35. In order that the works of the in which Bishops established for various ,
the faithful of a determined rite duty pastors bring apostolate Diocesan Bishops should release to
should take into account also the
churches the to be followed in teaching common
the faithful to a full knowledge of the be carried out harmoniously In individual way the military vicar a sufficient number of
Among the collaborators of the Bishop good of the whole territory where
the truths of faith and
ordering ecclesiastical
of salvation raleche.toral dioceses and that the of
mystery through a unity Priests who
in the government of the diocese are many churches of different rites exist. are qualified for this serious
numbered those presbyters who constitute instruction which Is consonant with diocesan discipline be preserved intact discipline. They should exchange views at Inter- work At the same time they should promote .
each one's age these principles are established as fundamental This sacred ecumenical synod earnestly endeavors\ _'hlch1U
his senate council such improve
or as the ritual meetings in keeping with norms to
cathedral chapter, the board of conlultors : desires that the venerable institution be the the spiritual welfare of military person.
In Imparting this Instruction they given by competent authority
of and councils flourish with
1)) All Religious should always look net (2),
or other committees according to
should seek not only the assistance of
fresh In such faith will bedel'pt'ned
the circumstances or nature of various religious but also the cooperation of the upon the Bishops, as upon successors of vigor a way II. The Boundaries of
localities. These institutions, especiallythe the A|)ostles. with devoted respect andreverf'n'e. and discipline preserved more General Directive
laity establishing also the Confraternity
fittingly and efficaciously in the various
Ecclesiastical Provincesand
cathedral chapters, should be reor of Christian Doctrine. they are legitimately :
called to undertake worksof churches, as the needs of the times re 44. This sacred synod prescribes that In
ganized wherever necessary in keeping In discharging their duty of sanctify. upon the Erection of
with present day needs. ing their people, pastors should see to it the apostolate, they are obliged to quire. the revision of the code of canon law
discharge their duties as active and 37. In these freequpntly Ecclesiastical Regions suitable laws be drawn up in keeping
that the celebration of the Eucharistic: days especially Bishops
Priests and lay people who belong lethe obedient helpers of the Bishops ((18)). unable to fulfill\ their office with Ute principles stated in this decree
Sacrifice Is the center and culminationof are
diocesan curia should realize thatthey 34 The good of souls requires fitting Due consideration should also be
the whole life of the Christian com Indeed, Religious should consider U effectively and fruitfully unless they develop giventhe
are making a helpful contribution boundaries not only for dioceses but also observations made by the commissions
munity. They should labor without stint an honor to and faithfully a common effort Involving constant .
to the pastoral ministry of the Bishop. respond promptly for ecclesiastical province: indeed it and the council Fathers.
that the faithful are nourished with to the requests<< and desires .f the growth In harmony and closenessof sometimes counsels the establishment of

The diocesan curia should be so organized spiritual food through the devout and Bishops I ) and In such a way they may assume ties with other Bishops Episcopal new ecclesiastical region. Thus the This sacred synod alto prescribes that

; that it is an appropriate instrument frequent reception of the Sacramentsand an even more ample role In the conferences already established in needs of the apostolate will be better metin general directories be prepared treating

for the Bishop, not only for administering through intelligent and active par. ministry of hum* salvation many nations have furnished outstanding keeping with social and local of the care of souls for the ue of both
the diocese but also for ticipation in the Liturgy Pastors should proofs of a more fruitful apostolate circumstances Bishops and pastors Thus they will be

carrying out the works, of the apontolate. also be mindful of how much the sacrament This they should do with due respectfor Therefore, this sacred synod considers it the Thus, too, the relationships of provided with certain methods which" will

It is greatly desired that in each diocese of Penance contributes to develop the character of their institute and to be supremely fitting that everywhere their Bishops with each other and with help, them to discharge their own pas
and with
a pastoral commission will be established ing the Christian life and, therefore, in keeping with their constitutions which, Bishops belonging to the same nation or metropolitans, other Bun- toral office with greater ease and tffectiv -

over which the diocesan Bishop should always make themselves avail if needs be, should be accommodated to region form an association which would ops' of the same nation and even between 'enets.

himself will preside and in which able to hear the confessions of the faithful this goal In accord with the principles meet at fixed times Thus, when the insights rendered Bishops and civil and authorities will be There should be prepared also a par
easier more fruitful
specially chosen clergy\ Religious and If necessary, they should Invite the of this tonciliar decree of prudence and experience have tk-ular/ directory concerning the pastoral

lay people will participate. The duty of assistance of Priests who are experienced Especially: in view of the urgent need been shared and views exchanged, there 41. Therefore In order !1 armmpllsbtheie rare of special groups of the faithful at

this commission will be to investigateand / in various languages of souls and the scarcity of diocesan will emerge a holy union of energies in alms this tarred synod decrees as the different circumstances of individual

weigh pastoral undertakings and to In fulfilling their office as shepherd, clergy, religious communities which are the service of the common good of the 'follows: nations or regions require Another directory .

formulate practical conclusions regarding pastors should take pains to know their not dedicated exclusively to the contemplative churches should be composed concerning the

them. own flock Since they are the servants of life can be called upon by the Wherefore, this sacred synod decreesthe 11 The boundaries of ecclesiastical catechetical Instruction of the Christjanpeople

all the sheep, they should encourage a Bishops to assist in various pastoral following concerning episcopal con provinces are to be submitted to an ; this directory will consider the
The full Christian ministries They should however, keep early review and the rights and privileges
3. Diocesan Clergy life among the Individual ierences3d : fundamental principles of such Initruc
faithful and also in families, in associations In mind the particular character of eac h of metropolitans are to be definedby tins its disposition and the competition

28..A11 presbyters, both diocesan and Religious especially dedicated to the apostolate community Superiors should encourage( 1)) An episcopal conference Is, as it new and suitable norms of books> on the subject In preparing

participate in and exercise with and in the whole parish communl (hit work to the utmost, by accepting were a council In which the Bishops of I) At a general rule all dioceses and these directories. special attention

the Bishop the one Priesthood of Christ tv. Therefore, they should visit homeland I'arlshraen on a temporary basis a given nation or territory jointly ner other territorial divisions that are by should be given to the views which" have

and are thereby constituted prudent cooperators schools to the extent that their pastoral 2.) Religious engaged! in the active cue their pastoral office to promote the law equivalent to dioceses should h. attached been expressed both by the commissionsand

of the episcopal order In the work demands. They should pay apostolate however must always be greater good which the Church offers to an ecclesiastical province the council Fathers.

care of souls, however, the first place is especial attention to adolescents and Imbued with the spirit of their Religious

held by diocesan Priests who are incar- youth They should devote themselveswith community, and remain faithful to the sNr55N It hiresN woo 15445 M w MO.s C..... ..... n. tN, 11 a.N n-ti MM n H

dmated or attached to a particular a paternal love to the poor and the observance of their rule and spirit of I-H. itM Kin N i., n n.. 1'1' III"ftMMM M |MW, fx ...IIII'I.. tM>M M 1-...,

church, for they have fully dedicated sick They should have a particular concern submissiveness due to their I own I-H 'KM MUM iHMll HvK IMI... ,.. 5 t 1-(I tree tM.. _, MOM t> iMMt I M.IK r. KM 111.. It rww m itt
themselves in the service of caring for for workingmen finally, they superiors Bishop should not neglect to ...>.,.. tMltMttt M IM c..HOT* UrM, % I, MMUN iMntn, MI. n. !... Ml Ml, III SCOW t. ....1-Illl e M OT4I r 11 IIMII MM t>M. >***IMC IN I*...MMW Mnt MttkWM. H.-

a single portion of the Lord flock should encourage the faithful to assist in impress this obligation upon them l-Cf|)MI)Owls ,*... (MM* (Mrt* _.. IttrttMtMtit Nt-0 CMM 0 MM wows Mw M M.H II IIMI In ,M M.. 14 1. Wl III M IHMl .. e
In form the works of the apostolate, 3)) The institute of exemption, by tHMtii C...,.....M M IM timt HnM M*. iint >. t I. Him n 0 Mil.....,_ MOM M Mw IM MIMl'* It r consequence, they one presbvtery I. t IIMH U. IM M MltM MM4. MtM4 tiHtMM *-
which a's.
and one family whose father Is 3.1) Assistant pastors, as cooperatorswith of the Religious: are railed to the service sews.t I.I.. If se5ww twIw.wd ........... rw M IM C...., saw I. M. ft HIM ("... ..-tt ....* t...M ....* Mmt M IMM ltd.tht .
the Bishop.In the pastor, make under the authority supreme pontiff or other ecclesiastical \ C..... sow 5, .... n, tW al I. II 111tI" \ NMN a n di1p ,..... c......... Ml H IM, M. I I' 5)0055 nII .
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and withdrawn .0.15. .. ,
of the from MM II Ml
pastor an indispensable and active IM e_, IMt KM II III It l'"" lI ...
...... ....... M | .t f-m
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the jurisdiction of refers chieffly -Ct iMtM Ht M4 c. Mttt *) IM n
order to distribute more equitablyand contribution to the pastoral minis- Bishops, Mill. IIMt Loss' ItS II |l"H M 14"It.t Ct MM IIHII ...,._ Mt N.. ttHM, ((1">l t N Mt t) tan sit IMMM 0 Mt A KM
properly the sacred ministries try. Therefore, there should always be to the internal order of their communities ,.tl .ItM. Illllt MMM4. .MMtlMiM IllllMtMttit Led. n mi MM.., 111 O non tt mmtW Las, M.(<.., i in .
.... n' MmkMi Mar. lniM4a MM. MHI. > -. Ut I lit 0.015..5504 IIMIM 55.Mow. .
so that in them all MI. n mti HIM (awn i t
his things be i
among Priests the fraternal may
Bishop shouldpossess association, mutual charity and IM, ass. w IIIMI INI U a 015 MM tMMt Illl Ml I 'Ml. IM.tt .
a necessary freedom in bestowing reverence between the pastor and his assistants properly coordinated and the growth( and ItMMIM It IMttW tin -tl hoI tl', MnthMI Mttr. IMMMM 5.... 14 -t .... III WMMhM tt M M 104 II I. MIM

offices and benefices Therefore, They should assist one another perfection of the Religious common life 0 IM t-M ctvit err555,00, tM* I, M iMMlt n, til IMUI4 I) ('."MrilMM m .. l>. 1 M Hi H piM M MlM ( n.M.0. rin ew linw.ww I tl Nt t NM IS.

rights or privileges which in any way with counsel, help and example, provide promoted (1191) These communities are I-It. t--Cl...MM4 lot 4.ftlM KM 111 tMMli It new Sews M M Ml taMMMfeIOTI Hill ,-. 5ww15.04-tq w 0/w.s-- bN_ M YM.1 y

limit this freedom are to be suppressed.The ing a united will and common seal in also exempt so that the supreme pontiffcan nnitMw.4. M>M. ,M... ._.. MMrtrtMt M IM M- .Ue.0L let II. IN' Ill N 1'051, II 0)05,
relationships between the service of the parish. dispose of them for the good of the hap, wi tit MI* r.r.., tort**. tmnnM.SMI. tnt lm Mt "til' III H Si( +. t t. 0. Mttl 505,0 51.0555 00 104515.5 15 04 50e0 11 01.. .
the Bishop a im.I wt fW Maw ..._. IM II ion IIS.MI .s-.04t M NN III N 5." N 511 0.
and the diocesan Priests should universal hurch (20)) and any other N i< in itI 5155 N 51 low, now r .Mm m.nn ,MttM
rest most 31 In forming a Judgment on the suit ability competent authority for the good of the -tl. Naha *..*M tWM, *. MfM4. (MMrtflM MIM .., I) I 1 If "! PI a
especially upon the bonds of tw/i tMt I M 1 I' M ... ....... .
supernatural 15 '.15M5 w 1015004 w eo.- e.n
of Priest for the administration IMt HIM IM1 a r 1.15 tl I MMIMO 0555.
a churches .. .
under its own jurisdiction M *M Illl IMMlllll MW. ><.* MM M>*
charity so that the harmony of .tltf_ f*., MM 1 ".l III H 7u M 00 MM it t..e.N.wsM
of any parish the Bishop should take into This exemption however, does not ex n. ml, III M nun i ft tMtf tun it tMWMM Cf I iaw 5'4 wiSN .....- -- .. "' ''- --
the11\ of the Priests with that of their MNf ....w IH* Mf N, Bishop win render their pastoral consideration not only his knowledge of elude Religious in individual dioceses <* 'tl I ... Mi lit. MtwiiMl omt, Mew lumotM IM .-... M I.MI.MMIII 55 HIMl NON I-It I.M.l tllt'M l- t 00 It 0. *..
activity doctrine but also his piety apostolic seal from the jurisdiction of Bishops in N UK I I" more fruitful \\herefore, for the sake of and other gifts and qualities which accordance l-tl. lid n! I MMltiM. It IM fcrMM pWIM m* is-.tt, tM It. .". MM II, ,"., lit N ... greater service to souls, let the are with the norm of law, insofaras
call the Priests into dialogue necessary for the proper exercise of the the performance of their pastoral office .
care of souls and the right of the VOLUSIA MONUMENT
ordering care of
about SHOP
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matters. This he
should Now the parish exists solely for the souls requires (21)( ). COMPANY INSURANCE
do not only on a given O regularly fixed good of souls Wherefore, the Bishop 4.) All Religious( exempt and nun. (1402 North uU.rJ It.1.
insofar as this ; "TV. TO MM" THE CONRAD COMPANY
is possible should be able to provide more easily exempt, are subject to the authority of Highway; I 172 Dltmi ,_ I
and effectively for vacant pa Furthermore M. J, l.U.vtf, Oren .
all diocesan Priests To this end all rights. whatsoever of which pertain to the public exercise of .J.\.. :--..., ,...... 7)4414 D.tesd "..., 7J4-mj
should be -
united -
among themselves and presentation, nomination, reservation, divine worship except where differ

$a should share a genuine content for excepting the right of Religious and ernes in rites are concerned the. rare Nordmann Hardware PIZZA Made N Otd.e

the spiritual welfare of the whole dm- where It exists, Die law of concursutwhether of souls, the sacred preaching< intendedfor Sub", ,,;... ld.4o.<"k.e DeLand Memorial Gardens and Mausoleum
cese. They should also be mindful that general .. to beItlrpr.u..d. fihi"9 Te ckU *.. : d
or particular -are the people the religious and moral fM* 10) M w.045.Nd
the benefits they receive by reason of r.N w ar.K 55w 'White N.M.'s l' .iff it Enk.'K4 by N..... Esdd55 Can'
education of the fhrwtian faithful, Sporting Go.cItl.d.tItot ; !
their ecclesiastical office are closely Pastors should enjoy In their Tom's Pizza *00: E.,, rifor4 A'esePkw.734.4 I
bound recpeetise daily of the children catechetical instruct lid S 5S N Silas0w
up with their sacred work there- parishes that stability of office ion and \liturgical! formation They II tl P'ss' l. ItM fet IM... 'S4 Del.ad

fore they should contribute generously which the good of souls demands The are subject to the local I Ordinary also M. J. g.:444r..d.we: ; I. J. Frk, VIC. Pratsae

as the Bishop may direct and as their distinction between removable and Irremovable in w'ut; pertains to the decorum properto --

the means diocese permit, to the material needs of pastors Is to be abrogated the clerical state at well'' as In the Bob's Radio & TV

and the procedure( 'for transferring and various works' which, ctmtern the exec ,
$. .! '
J9 The closer collaborators of the BishOp removing pastors is to be examined else of the sacred aposfoUte' Catholic 206 Wilt Bich A..ueWITH Hour ti tips"

are those Priests who are charged and simplified schools ronitiHteti by Religious( are also DeL."d ",0... 74-3911 .

with a pastoral office or apostolic organization la this war the Bishop, while enters' subject to the authority of the lot'a) Ordmanet W. carry .. typ.a h..rieq 4 be"-iet Cleaning Service31AA

of a supra parochial nature, Ing natural and rammiral equity<< earn for purposes of general policymaking

whether in a certain area of the dioceseor better preside for the needs .( the good and vigilante<< but the right of irn Dry Cb.wieeCpw.

among special) groups of the faithful 0'f souls Religious to direct them remains intact STETSON FLOWER SHOP

or with respect to a specific: kind of ac Religious also are bound to observe all F1oteIouq/ ... WI'IU9; 0..;,,,, 1+y A1J C/tmttu I
Pastors who are unable to fulfill their those thing which councils or confer. ,.....
tivity. 11.9; PIe"... ash; G.rd.M
office properly and fruitfully because of erves of Bishops shall legitimately prescribe .. k.'vd
WE WIRE FLOWERS -ber f FT.D.A ad C. .. As.....
Priests assigned by the U the
Bishop increasing burden of old age or some for observance by all

various works of the apostolate whether other serious reason are urgently requested 5.I A well-ordered cooperation is to be TELEFIOKA FIORAFAX
la schools or In other Initltutlnn .r at- to tender their resignation vol. encouraged between. various Religious 106 East New TVi A*.. Pti 7)4-0714 C. .. tact) SU su"Eight

visit United Beran States invitedto Honors given during Barry Nine The Florida Catholic, Friday, November 19,1965

VATICAN """""""''''''''''''''''''\,\,\\"U"" '\\"''''''
Josef Cardinal Beran of College anniversary weekMIAMI

Prague, allowed to come to YOUTHTampa I
Rome from hit native Czechoslovakia During; the week of November 15, Barry Al !
last February after College U celebrating silver anniversary

14 years of Red detention has Barry College was founded In 1940 through the foresight ..., ..... ...... ..,. __ __ H....__
been Invited to go to the United of oonun.
Bishop Patrick Barry, then Bishop of St. Augus
States prelates by a under group the of American initiative tine and his sister Reverend Mother Mary Gerald Barry Catholic Jesuit

at that time Mother General of the Dominican Sisters of
of coadjutor( Bishop John _
It Markovsky of Galveston- Adrian, Michigan.Bifthop laws was conferred on Gene High SchoolTAMPA High School

Houston, Texas. Barry was also vine Blatt, secretary of inter* On November TA lr.-Th. Masque Club
The Cardinal's secretary helped by his brother Mon. oat affairs for the common. 11, Veterans' Day, Tampa now has three big projects
said the date of the Czechoslovak signor William Barry P.A,, wealth of Pennsylvania. r Catholic students were privileged underway. These Include, the
prelate's visit has pastor of St Patrick Church
not yet to hear three American
When Barry Co'lece openedin November film festival the
been set but that it will Miami Beach.
probably I"elolrpprnlntatvtI! from
September of 1940, it welcomed Christmas Oratorio and the
be in the spring of 1968.UU During I the anniversary 44 students Marked bya various chapters in Tampa.By play, Our Town.

,,\\\ \\\\\ ,,\,,\\\\\\ celebration here, Mother continuous growth the enrollment > explaining the origin, ac The film festival has displayed
Mary Genevieve, head of the tivities, and customs of this
Juniors in St.
SupportYour Adrian Dominican Sisterswho now stands at 107%. organize Augustine veterans' association, the Its first two films on

Parish conduct the college, was The teaching staff Includes students were better able to the first two Saturday nights.
Father Roland M. Julien, pictured bie Reyes, Blends Davis and Mrs. Ruth The Christmas Oratorio
presented with the four Priests St Sisters and SI understand
college'sLsudare the of
u""n\Holy ,Name,,,, Society Medal. laymen. Is chaplain of a new group in St. Augustine Webb, grand regent of Court St. Auf Veterans' Day, meaning which Is a choral reading,
\\\\\\\U" the Junior Catholic Daughters UI tI I n e CDA; foreground, Gloria written by William Auden
Four lay women recelted The liberal arts college was of America. Present with him are, Danlele Pam Frichard Kathleen l Tampa Catholic received concerning the spirit of Advent
honorary doctor of letters de. fully accredited by the South. the majority of the awardsat the Annunciation and
ST. AUGUSTINE from left, back row, Miss Ethel Mathia, 11 e e ban, Betty Morgan Dorothy
them Association of the NFL meet at Robinson .
grees.: Among was Mrs. ern Colleges Christmas be performed
counselor Theresa Pandolfint Janice Uslna Colee and Mrs. John
Denis \'. Rrnuirt, pant president and Schools In 1947. ; Gayle Cyr, High School on November twice.It .
of the St. Augustine Crwch, president; Father Julien; Deb- chairman. I.Students.

Diocesan Council of Catholic won 12 of the 15 members will be of the given by twelve dub
Mother of Masque
I't Women.
Bishop Breitenbeck't awards In all divisions except for the first time at Christ
Others were Dr. Frances It. Coming eventsDessert debate Lany Jo Smith re the King Parish for a Catho.
Smith, sastroenterologist at Religious missingin consecration set ceived a first In dramatics lie Women's Club on Decent

the Lahey Clinic; Pat Carroll. DETROIT: (NC) Bishop card party, November 21, 4:30: to 6.SO pm., Most and Fredl Smith received a ber 7. If It Is performed a
television performer; and cruise disaster deilgnate Joseph M. Breiten- 11, 1 p,m., Epiphany par. Holy Redeemer school cafeteria first in original Sandy Romero second time, It will be held
THOMPSONand Mrs. Michael O'Neil, member beck will be consecrated titular ish social hall, Port Orange; Tampa; Catholic Youth won first place in the for the public! at Jesuit High
of the board of the Manhattan MIAMI Members of the Diahop of Tepelta and St. Jude Circle, sponsor Club, sponsor humorous section. Second and School.
BAILEY ',ille College Alumnae As Hall family will attend a me- auxiliary to Archbishop John Festival. November 19 and Game day, November 23, third places were won by
Sf. Augwtine; VA 4.1611 sociation.An mortal Requiem Mass here at F. Dearden of Detroit on December 20, St Peter parish, DeLand; 1.:30 to 4 pm.. St. Mary Mag Edith Payes and Linda Lent The play, Our Town will be
honorary doctorate of Gems Church tomorrow morning 20. clam chowder dinner November dalen school lunchroom oratorical, Claude lisle and performed by other Masque
I Cathedral
Placas at 10 o'clock for Mrs. 19, served beginning at Maitland; Altar Society, Lorraine Ferllta in humorous Club members some time after
Veronica Hall and her sister, 11'30 a m. and shrimp dinner Jennie Mataislnl and Christmas.
PONTIAC Miss Elsie O'Connell declared served beginning at 4.30 p m.1; sponsor. and Catherine Alberte in drama. On November 8, 9 and 10/ ,
misting early this Bishop- rolled steak dinner served November Duplicate party bridge tics, and Louise Gaulnlfa Jesuit students were busy
RAMBLER 1 game, November 27, 8 pm,, Michael Moore 11the first examinations
week following disaster at 20 beginning at 4 p m. and taking quarter
Banta Brothers sea designate. Bazaar, November 20, 10 K of C Hall, MO Commerce extemporaneous division.Sophomores reports Thomas Doyle.
Drive, Largo; St. Patrick par.
of Tampa Cath
t ,. III rateR Sirs Hall, (7, and Miss Joseph M. a m. to 10 p m, Church of the ish Mothers' Club sponsor, olio 'were given the National -
Ascension Eau Gallie ham
YyBudgeting O'Coniell 12. presumably BreltenbeckArchbishop Card party, December 1, 1 Educational DevelopmentTests EDUCATION FOR
dinner served from S to I p m.
perished last weekend wises Belleair Bluffs Town November I AGEs
Dessert card party, November pm. on reports
the cruise ship on which they Hall. Largo St. Patrick .
; par. Joan Nlewlnski.UlttUtll
Mae 1IIIof
SO 1 to 4 p m., Catholic sww
the S.S.
were ,
passengers ish Women's Guild sponsor,
Daughters of America Hall WWI uteloCcrib C
Yarmouth Cattle, burned and tease inxwul
Dearden will be Christmas Bazaar, December whew codomtolor
263 Sixth Avenue South St
sank U the Caribbean. consecrator at the ceremony Petersburg; Court Sancta 4,10 a m. to 7 p m, Holy and .dnsrorar
in Blessed Sacrament Cathedral Name social hall, M24 procrvmcredited Me
Mourning their mother and Marla, sponsor. parish : eollofoswop.
? Flowers for .ll Oceiions: aunt are Father William HallS here. The Biahop-designate Dance, November 20, Cedar 15th Avenue South, CullportiWom.n's ; I mnt |r.doo 10 j
J.. a member of the faculty is pastor of Assumption Hills Armory, Jacksonville, 9 Club, sponsor .a 12 ot MotUmrio.Orodoo
Flowers Wired Anywhere of Jesuit High School in New Grotto parish and was secretary p m. to 1 a m., Holy Name Society Bazaar, December S, 1 to A t 1wnLauderdale.
Use Our Low Cost Orleans; Edward Hall of Fort from 1944 to 1958 to Edward of Most Holy Redeemer S p m, Blessed Sacrament l RoeWrtto -
Carcabas Cardinal Mooney and19M Seminole Mothers M..w... .... t...... ,-.. erytlowa IIftIte4.
Plan Florist Myers: and Sister Mary William parish, sponsor.Spaghetti School "'- .- -..... -- -. tot VornonFltrldt
Checking 5.5J" a member of the to m! to Archbishop dinner, November Club, 'ronlor.SpllhetU I.... hr.W ",.... 5..0, 1.-. 1_ .....,.,
... 111.... mI. K."X sr. Dearden. e.wr,. l.w'. r.._.I.... wr.wM J. let"
faculty at St. Juliana SchoolIn 20, S to 7 p m Our Lady dinner, DecemberS re hMw ......., ,..,. a.._ Air
You cn Ittp en. oteu* West Palm Beach. Father Queen of Peace parish hall 3 to 7 pm., Most Holy .....,....... beareas. AcidteafMUl.HOl
Hall will celebrate the Redeemer social Jacksonville oesnu. a see SI 'LOIlII 'A
New hill
rata record of your pond me attorney and member of St. on Washington Street e. .... e..., .... ..... 500,
Prescriptions mortal Mau at Gems on November Port lUchey; Rosary Altar ; Catholic Youth Organliatlon
ing end rely lisp to 20.Sinters James ISS. Mr. Hun' topic! Society, sponsor.Dessert sponsor.

your bud9t with our of St. Joseph of St was the law"Catholic," and the hymen former and Orange card party, November Forty Hours Devotions, SCHOOLSAcademy
ample; Ktckinf couftt lyt- rIJJDJtlldj Augustine will lead the Rosary County solicitor 20,2 p m., St Joseph parish December I, 11$ a m. openIng -
pointedout devotions December .
before Mais.Mrs. cafetorium St Petersburg ; evening ,
tem" Hall, an assistant In the positive' effect of law : Court St. Ann, Catholic 6 and 7 at 7:30 p m.
Iiu.a1lJJulfJ on tocb moral code. la
the Gems cafeteria for more Daughters of America, sponsor. and December at 1.30: p m; Of The Names
quoting St Thomas Aquinason Father J. Labelle S.J.alit Holy
ST. AUGUSTINE than 1) years la a past prtsl Henry
Sick room supplies dent of the Jesuit Seminary law's purpose, the speaker Dessert card party, November give the sermons Rotidont: and day school for |:irk. GreJoi one to ...,.,.. F"lt

NATIONAL BANKS Rental and sale Guild and of Our Lady of emphasised there should be 20, 1 to UO p m, Cor. MtttviUe1., 'rof rtm, Includcil colltqe t>'. artery t end gtnirilcounoi
Good Counsel Sodality at no conflicts between human e n a d a Recreation Center, Youth Club made, art and iportt. Conduct by Si.> ..r. ., tko Holy/
\ .fty S.rvic. V* 4-UI7 47 King Stre t Cesu. laws and the natural laws of Deachslde; Altar Society ofSacred N.mot, JUt lephore Ioul.".,,,, Tampa, Florid!
God. )It. Russ urged the Heart Church, New ORLANDO On November .
She tame lo Miami with her Holy Name men to take an Smyrna Peach, sponsor. 14, the newly elected of-

Service Paint and Glass Company late husband, WlllUm, from scare Interest in choosing Dessert card party November fliers of St Charles parish ROSARIAN ACADEMY

Hhlle IManti. New York, I. elected officials who will 20. 1 pm., Church of the Catholic Youth Organization Rotldonf end day school! lor ftrb, on "'hare_ of beau! (sal lab
DUKAUTE That Fmou. rYitfGUu ; 1511 Mr. Hall' died earlier recocniie and Interpret the Transfiguration social hall were Introduced at a general went" Grade one to ...//w.. Fully accredited.' N.* ImldUqi. -

cut to any sao this year potitne application of basic St. Petersburg; Women'sGuild meeting. The officers are as Al spoofs, mush/ art, dramatic Oirotttd by Sisters ef
lit St. George Street Eit.bK.hod I Hi Miss O'Connefl. a telephone uturalliw. sponsor. follows: Bob Russo president .. St. Dominic/ For c.t.lof eddretu RtqltVsr.ROSAK1AN ,
v. -ins At their regular supper Cathy Hard vice president .
company employee for :M Batasr, November W, II ,
meeting last Thursday the
Pat Glover, secretary
to Miami 10 le II and Netember
years cam 1 m. p.m -
parish lei Society had Henri Caren Lee, treasurer and!
dma !1ft St. ; from New York XI SUII thtrrk ;
The inset unique hop Aufvitmo years ago pm., .
O Guertin! as a guest Mr. Jeff, Chemaga, social committee
THE SISTERS DRESS SHOP City. She was a group chief Guertin, vice president and grounds ef Corpus ChrlillpirUk chairman.
operator: In me of the toll Temple Terrace.
The Shop with the W.rm W.Ie_." \uciU of Southern Bed general manager of Jordan At this meeting plans were
Junior: r..;;... Junlort, Milt; :* PM, MitMl: Half Slj : Mann Company, spoke on Duplicate and party bridge made for a Christmas play te ,
: Curie Street Soyth of the. Fort VA 4-1704 CaUtotte men In action ia builMM game, November 20, I p m., be held during the holidays.
Orlando He told of the need for K of C Hall iM Commerce Future plans Include a New

ST CHARLES leadership, and urged the Drive, Largo, St. Patrick parish Year's masquerade party to

Standard Printing and Office Supply, Inc. The Italy. Name Society, My Name men to apply a Mothers' Club, sponsor bo held at the IX Charles social

..... I.. w__ 0.4..s ..._ ..... na .......11 under the spiritual direction sober, charitable! approach to Spaghetti dinner, November hall
of Monitfjiwr Charles A. Bar help solve current problems.
CewpW'e Off; :* Owtfrtto-i Ink, registered 129 membersat Itoth meetings were con
"iftt/l9-Ofroee SlIppt..M.cllillO.6J Mass and Cemmitakm last ducted by John 2. toilets, I An Invitation/

HrpoKta Street Phase 121.SUZ Sunday president of the parish S"clety. > MEN east afford to miss '
After Mail the men attended with Arthur J, Pleva. yes 4f
a breakfast at Dubedread vice president complimented
Country Club to hear guest for arranging the interesting
S. J. DeGrande Appliance Co. speaker James M. Russ, aa programs Our Lady

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I Ten The Florida Catholic, Friday, Nmemner 19, 1H! .S 712 Fathers

Council deals with Churchin qualify 'yes'

Modern World schema on( missionsiCO5.5Wd *.. piss M*)

cieties from a deliberativeand

decisive role In the Congregation
(CmtlMtl., tll. ,!(. Ml) Pastoral Duties of Toshops lar diplomatic corps accredited are to remain secret until the ? for the Propagationof

that "Christians are ran For (he English: text of this to the Holy See ceremony f the F'aith. and therefore lit

tinted that war or recourseto document see pages seven On December 8 at 10::.10 The Creed will then bechanted the Church's worldwide missionary
arms is not an apt way to and eight of this issue of The a m" a papal procession pre. activity. But the commission .
preserve" fence." The Archbishop Florida Catholic.-Ed.I ceded by all the council Fathers by all present and which redrafted the
said he would like] it will the decree closing the council
The general meeting elected I go from the Vati schema
: will\ be read, followed by the rejected this recom
to read: the following to the NCWC can palaces to the great open :< mendation.The .
j "War or recourse to arms Administrative Board for the pace atop the stars in front Te Deum." r*:f 4w
That afternoon the Tope only significant chang!!:
of St. Peter's basilica
should] be considered necessary coming : weather (
will make the traditional visit from the former text debated
in certain circum-:I Patrick A.O'Ro'le permitting) for the solemn
Archbishop I .
to the Piazza Di Spajjna( earlier during the fourth council
stances of Washington, Arch closing ceremony beginningat session that
Spanish Square-in downtown began September
Stronger!: statements have bishop Ix-o Bins of St Paul 11 a.m. Rome to make the annual was the omission of
been inserted in the schemaon The Holy Father will celebrate -
Karl J. Alter of
Archbishop the recommendation
homage to the statue of) the that the
the right: to strike and the Cincinnati Archbishop Thomas Mass and deliver a dis
Immaculate Conception which missionary I Bishops and
immediate necessity to wipe A Connolly of Seattle course. was placed in the square by others be added extensivelyas

out racial discrimination Archbishop John J. Krol of The same day there will he Tope Plus IX when he defined members of the Propagation -

A world secretariate to Philadelphia ArchbishopJohn dispatched I 1 "special messages the dogma of the Immaculate congregation/ and that

combat poverty is explicitly P Cody of Chicago, : ," the nature of which Conception in 1854. their function bt In some way
recommended Archbishop Philip M. Jlannan New flag for Tampa schoolThe ('0111'lilL

After the voting Is completed ] of New Orleans, Bishop JohnJ.

en) the newly revised Wright of Pittsburgh Bishop Hospital will entire student body of Christ lurnbui councils represented by Among the changes Inserted -

schema on the Church in the James A McNulty of Buffalo open the King School in Tampa held a brief Arthur Marietta, making the presentation into the nlssltaary
modern world, it will go back schema, one was 8 emplete>
and coadjutor Bishop Veterans Day program which was and Walter J. Ankrr on. at his
to the drafting committeeonce Clarence G Issenmann of the of mde. The Uniformed !- Iv new paragraph la the third
Sunday in Orlando highlighted by presentation a men are grand knight
more to Incorporate during Cleveland The five American chapter It stresses the needs
to the school. Sinter Fourth K of C
new flag : Mary Degree members .
the next eight-day: recess Cardinals are ex officio wile and role ( the lay spot-
the new amendments offered members of the Administra (IC........ e.. fift N0)) Center Auxiliary Their service Cabrini SSND, principal, acceptedthe formed the color guard. elate In missionary activity,

Council-connect- tive Board. baugh RN, operating t room will begin the day Mercy gift (rom two area Knights: of CoRomper primarily I.! bearing fhrli-
Tao other
The last two days of Iheishops' supervisor, Miss Mary !Hack- opens Han witness In the 'ftC'laluli
ed news item came fromr..mt' ------ ------- --- -
annual meeting con- enbruch KN, chief nurseanrslhl'lIst cultural life at peoples
this week, a discussion!

of reorganization of the National ccntrated on the matter to of atta 11.N,, obstetrical)Mrs. Rita super.visor Van-. Vatican IIActs Another addition in tnt>

Welfare Conference Inthf' how they can reorganize second chapter reinforces thcouncil's ,
Tnllcd Slates and the conform to the new thinking
call to collaborationwith
Also Miss Ruth K. Ward
program announced for the in the Church regarding such other Christian bodies In
R.N., inservice education director
of the Council. representative[ bodies. No announcement priestly life and .
cloning/ of decisions was ; Mrs. Ruth Curtis on ministry missionary lands in the formation

All this week, from 4 to 7 expected( Immediately Officials R.N, central service supervisor of a Christian com
mumty. It stresses that this
pm. daily, the American said the changes wouldbe ; Miss Judy May R.N., (ItMtiMX tttm Mil IN') Church until it was reestablished cise a parochial ministry or Morris S.S., theology profes collaboration should exist not

Bishops met at the North too sweeping[ to decide emergency room supervisor( : Ihnrllles aware of the needsof officially by the French a supra.parochial ministry sot at St. Patrick i seminaryIn only on the Jlf'rlftnlllvel, but

American College in Home to overnight Mrs. Alice llilburgcr chief (heir flocks. hierarchy last month with by devoting themselves to the Menlo Park, California between church bodies aiwell.

discuss' the reorganization.:! Meanwhile the Vatican dietitian The revised document on Pope Paul approval. investigation and teaching of said It was his impression .

The NCWC, organized shortly ]press office has announcedthe Also, Mrs. Ida Mercndj, (he Priesthood in id present Fifteen! votes on the entire sciences or working with their that the more than 500 votesof

lifter World War I, needs formal program of ceremonies business office: manager: ; form recognizes the value of document indicated virtual hands, sharing In the lot of approval with reservation ./NNNeeeeNNNeNeNN/N
some adjustment to fit completely scheduled for the final Mrs. Martha rail at, thief to the manual laborers with the approval on this chapter reflected the
the Priest-worker movement. unanimity accept revised
P. .X. Mrs. Freda
Into the organizational two days of the Council. B operator, text, but a strong move of authorities or engaging desire of many Fathers to SubscribeNow
f et.up envisioned in the docu On December 7 at 9 aim C. Hayes RRL (registered Although the reference can was underway to amend chap In other apostolic Improve the order and wordIng .
ment Just promulgated on the public meeting medical record librarian). itIII be removed from the text "
there will\ be a ter two dealing with the works of the text and perhaps
of the council with the Pope Also, John Ellis Jr., pharmacist by amendment, more than ministry of Priests' At the American Bishops' clarify the relations between
concelebrating Mass. At 5 ; Joseph Rustic!, chief: Iwo-thirds of the council Fathers Father Frank Priests and
It is J Jri this chapter that press panel, Bishops ...",,,\" "''''''''''''''"'"
ORLANDO engineer; I Harold Mullikm
the Pope will receive in accepted the phrasing fit
solemn audience in the Su- chief X.ray technician, and the chapter in which It appears support for the Priest-worker

WINTER PARK line chapel the special diplo- Stuart James ASCP., chief without qualification. experiment has been Inserted.It Diocesan Priest contributes to
medical technologist reads as follows:
matic missions sent to Home
The had Its "All Priests' are commissioned I
volunteers experiment
Community ,
to attend the closing of the
LAY-A.WAY council, as well]) as the regu- headed by Mrs. Austin A Caruso most celebrated trial in as cooperators in this Review on St. Augustine's founding
or comprise the membership France under Pope Pius XII same work (tot the priestly

It was suppressed by the ministry* whether I'My'uer.
TAKEAWAYFOR of the Mercy Medical (Coot_' in. ini soplished | Honda Press brought out a founding of St. Asgnitlae pre.duce .
PIANO ----- -, -- ,--, ...... In New York In ]1911)to ) facsimile
reprint of the Con anticipated remits.
peculate that an earlier!
B As proto.narrative, yet undiscovered Banta himself By a date lest than 100(
wrote In 1723
GA 2.3652RllJjJ.4IRS Bcqinnirt Ady.ne.dChildr.n' y had teen written my years after the settling of St.
extracting extensivelyfrom
CUutsS Menendei himself. Father Augustine 28.000 baptized Indians
8 Years Connolly gives evidence that a copy of the Solis manuscript. could ba counted between

}! William the point is still a moot one When Barda wrote, Nombre d. Dtos (location .
Bayer the manuscript( was Intact
645 An Impreuite 1D7 footnotes Now, pages of Soils that recorded of Menendet landing In
14 North Orange Av*. Winter Perk Ph. MM 171 are published Is the Catholic' the departure for Florida St Augustine) and St. Cathenne's -

rI Historical Ketlew article by In June. IVA, are missing Island, Georgia, and
Father ("onn"II from the extant along a second line westwardacross
single copyol
'In East Orlando Subdivision HomM
or Monterey the peninsula to>> pres
h + the manuscript in the archives
We Want So L," Get i In footnote read that TaUahaisee.
Have The Horn You Togtthcrl o 1M a we of the Cond de Revil- ent-day

a translation of Barrlentoa'narrative 1 lagigedo in Gljon. It was" the Florida mission,

DEMETREE BUILDERS by Anthony Kerrigan After detailing the adventures and they almost alone, savor .
will shortly be publishedby ( the protection that t is.
5307 East Colonial Dr. Phone 2771721Central of Menendes tn Florida,
the University of Florida\
harbor garrison\ gave to
and of the
giving descriptions
Press Another footnote tells the sea lanes that mad the
four of the found
that the translator worked .
same founding and maintenance of
Florida's Only
ing lather Connolly concludes
on Barcia's Chronological St. Augustine worthwhile.'Next .
his account in the Review
FAIRCHILD FUNERAL HOMEOur History of the Continent of week
h follows : a posthumousarticle
} : part, as :
Florida published in 1951 In
L' Ma on the Florida Mil
sin ;is ta continua to serve famines!. of' this area with the h tiro ush._ Florida through tnt patronageof Only I II the etasgrllsatloaf lions. I r..17.1&7C. by Father

time tire, courtesy and consideration! ; regardless of the financial the St. Augustine Historical Florida's Indians did the Charles W. SpfUman)
Society, In the text of his
circumitinc have for from
*s w* many years our
article Father Connolly refers
urn location on lake Ivinhc.
to a first ute English: ORLANDO-WINTER PARK
E. Frank Gardner leRoy Hoquttt, Jr. Brwttr F. Bray translation of Barcla produced

in 1923 by Jeannette' Thur-

her Connor.

at OrlandoMercy It Is a minor classic In Florida ATTENTION MENWOMENWITH
room Mercy
I I I historiography he .ay"

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member Mrs Anthony Caruso, has Mills, and Andrea Dolcf't.. daughterof EARN EXTRA MONEY IN YOUR SPARE TIME

of the Orlando hos Mr and Mrs. R. B. Dolce. The hospital Councilcocumcnlswill // / GOOD OPPORTUNITY FOR
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Mitt llra.YSSIU .town* 'M week that document of the Apply Daily
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BILL BARDOE airs l pious|
not the farce of the

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